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The Ruble's Decline: Work More, Save Nothing, Eat Less As the value of ruble
savings fell and work could no longer provide sufficient income to survive,
individual avariciousness and aggression surfaced. Facing an annual 1991
inflation rate ...
... the government allowed a one-time price hike that fueled 1991 prices 45
percent, but this was offset by government fiscal and monetary policies keeping it
at 1 to 1.5 percent a month, foreseeing inflation at less than 10 percent for 1992.
sending unemployment to 10-15 percent. Inflation had been 70 percent in 1991.
Large foreign investors still hesitated to locate in a Poland lacking infrastructure,
tranquility, and a viable consumer market. Foreign commercial bankers railed ...
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Quest for freedom: the transformation of Eastern Europe in the 1990sUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Quest for Freedom is a ponderous and diffuse attempt to put the collapse of the Soviet Union and its client states of Eastern Europe into a framework that incorporates the interplay of politics and ... Read full review
Tsar and Soviet
The Success and Failure of the Soviet Economy
HISTORY WITHOUT END
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