PSKOV, Russia — Making ends meet in the Bustrov household gets harder every month. Valery Bustrov is unemployed, and his family, with three children ages 15, 12 and 9, eke out a living on a small pension payment and a monthly salary of 13,000 rubles ($195) brought home by his wife Viktoriya, who works at the…
Monday, May 9, 2016
Millions Of Russian Households Struggling To Stay Afloat In Recession With Inflation Eating Away At Wages
Posted by D Volatility at 4:59 PM
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