SOVIET GAS FLOW RISES WHILE OIL SLIDE SLOWS

Soviet economists believe they can see a faint light at the bottom of the deep hole the U.S.S.R.'s energy industry has fallen into this year. Moscow admits the dimly perceived glow may flicker out if the Soviet Union's political and economic problems aren't soon solved.

Sep 23rd, 1991
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