C.I.S. MEMBERS SEEKING MORE RUSSIAN CRUDE

Members of the Commonwealth of Independent States are becoming frantic in their attempts to import more crude from Russia, whose supply keeps falling as its oil production plummets. Moscow remains by far the largest seller of crude to previous U.S.S.R. member states, but it has been forced to cut 1993 quotas drastically to maximize hard currency sales to other nations. It emphasizes that former Soviet republics owe Russia 432 billion rubles for oil, natural gas, and electricity already

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