RUSSIA RAISES NEW REFORM QUESTIONS

Something constructive may yet emerge from Russia's self-induced setback to economic reform. While bureaucrats try to appease old Communists, the people who will, if permitted, make the economy work might profitably use the interregnum to get to know one another better. Those people are, of course, Russian industrialists and the foreign oil and other companies eager to begin business in the huge federation.

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