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JAN 29, 2015 - Russia Today

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Russia's anti-crisis plans: Where the billions will go

As Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a one-year anti-crisis plan worth at least $35 billion, RT takes a look at the main steps Moscow will take to stabilize the slowing economy.

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JAN 28, 2015 - Russia Today

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?Russia’s PM signs multibillion dollar anti-crisis plan

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has signed a one-year anti-crisis plan designed to stabilize the economy. The document includes 60 measures and will cost at least $34 billion (2.3 trillion rubles).

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JAN 27, 2015 - Russia Today

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Russian PM vows ‘unrestricted’ response if banned from SWIFT payment system

Russia’s response to a possible cut-off from the SWIFT international banking payment system will be “unrestricted,” Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev vowed. The West is pushing for hitting Moscow with more sanctions as the Ukraine crisis deteriorates.

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JAN 21, 2015 - Huffington Post

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Watch Hillary Clinton Do A Bad Vladimir Putin Impression

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton attempted an impression of Russian President Vladimir Putin while in Canada on Wednesday. Addressing the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce, Clinton mocked the Russian strongman for the way he assumed office in 2012. Putin switched chairs with Dmitry Medvedev, who previously served under Putin and who now serves as the country's prime minister. The move ...

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JAN 15, 2015 - Russia Today

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Medvedev: Russia won’t abandon ruble free-float

Russia’s currency will continue to free float, despite the major damage incurred by sanctions and oil, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said, supporting the Central Bank’s decision made in November.

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