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The half-free market

8 May 2006 By Edward Hadas

Foreign investors are happy to seize the monopoly profits from Russian stateowned companies such as Gazprom and Rosneft. That makes sense while energy prices are high and the government is selling cheap. But the arrangement invites profitsapping corruption.

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