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Turmoil at Gazprom: Is Its Demise Imminent? Part I

October 9, 2012

Anders Åslund explains how the surge in shale gas exploration has undercut the Russian energy giant Gazprom, reducing its profits and capacity for corruption. Next: The implications for President Putin.





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