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Unfinished agenda

3 June 2010 By Jason Bush

A decade ago, Russia adopted a bold 10year reform agenda. The plan’s authors have not lost influence, but now say only 40 percent of the goals have been reached. The failures reflect Russia’s chaotic government, strong vested interests and complacency bred by high oil prices.

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