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From Russia with gov

2 February 2016 By George Hay, Andy Critchlow

Low oil prices mean Moscow either has to cut public spending, raise commodity taxes or accept a high budget deficit. Flogging minority stakes in state companies would be one way out. But new hints of a possible deal with OPEC to cut production offer a cleaner solution. 

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