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January 14, 2015
People walk past a board showing currency exchange rates in Almaty January 14, 2015. Growing damage from...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
People walk past a board showing currency exchange rates in Almaty
People walk past a board showing currency exchange rates in Almaty January 14, 2015. Growing damage from Russia's financial crisis on neighbouring former Soviet states could bury President Vladimir Putin's dream of creating an economic union to rival the United States and European Union. With countries from Belarus, which borders the European Union, and Kazakhstan, which neighbours China, spending billions to prop up their currencies or devaluing them in unison with the Russian rouble, many of those once firmly in Moscow's grip are questioning whether Russia has what it takes to lead. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
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