Mineral wealth of the USSR by Pyotr Antropov

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Published by Foreign Languages Publishing House in Moscow .

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This book traces the trajectory of the four Russian oligarchs as they accumulated their wealth and expatriated it to London. The book points out that while it is hard to dispute that hundreds of people became seriously rich from the disbursement of Russia’s assets, million Russians now live in a country which sold its mineral and industrial wealth for a mess of by: 5.

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