RUSSIAN ECONOMY SHOWS MORE SIGNS OF COLLAPSE LED BY FUEL INDUSTRY

Russia's economy received another severe setback during this year's third quarter, with the fuel industry playing a major role in the nation's overall production decline. Moscow officially reported that Russian natural gas flow, which had held almost steady during first half 1992 vs. the comparable 1991 level, fell an unexpected 3% during August. Gas condensate production is showing much larger losses.

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