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Shaky foundations

16 April 2010 By Jason Bush

Demand for the country’s first sovereign eurobond in a decade looks strong. Why not? Sovereign debt owned by foreigners comes to only 3 percent of GDP. But with excessive spending and half the government’s revenue coming from oil and gas, Russia’s fiscal position is sliding fast.

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