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What goes around

29 January 2007 By Fiona Maharg-Bravo

A new law limiting foreign ownership of energy assets is more honest than the underhand tactics that Moscow used on Shell in Sakhalin. But as Gazprom’s partial uturn on Shtokman shows, Russia can t go it alone. Its nationalism may come back to haunt it.

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