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Ordinary Russians Bear the Brunt of Sanctions

Tatiana Orlova, Lead Emerging Market Economist, Oxford Economics

09-Mar-22 07:30

Ordinary Russians Bear the Brunt of Sanctions

Russia has become the world's most heavily sanctioned country following international response to its invasion of Ukraine. What has the impact been on the economy thus far, and what options do Russian authorities have to cushion the fall-out? We discuss this with economist Tatiana Orlova. Image credit:

Produced by: Moh Heng Ying

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Shazana Mokhtar, Philip See

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Categories:  politics

Tags:  Russia sanctionsWestern sanctionsEU sanctionsRussia-Ukraine conflictrussiasanctionsroublerubleeconomic sanctionsrussian economyinternational affairsinternational relationsoxford economics

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