Russian Poverty Rate At 9 Year High

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MOSCOW — Russians have cut back on purchases of non-essential goods and now spend more than 50 percent of their income on food, amid growing poverty and an economic recession driven by low oil prices and Western sanctions on Moscow. Spending on food rose to 50.1 percent of all retail spending in February 2016, its highest…

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