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In Russia, which of the following occurred after the global financial crisis in 1998? A. The Russian ruble declined in value against the dollar by about 12 percent. B. Russian farmers
abandoned their farms in large numbers. C. Russia became a major exporter of grain after 2001. D. Large areas of farmland were bought back from foreign investors.
In Russia, the following occurred after the global financial crisis in 1998? A. The Russian ruble declined in value against the dollar by about 12 percent.
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