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BP, Shell lead Western exodus from Russia as sanctions hit and rouble plummets

By France24
06 March 2022   |   1:19 pm
As aggressive sanctions hit Russia over the war in Ukraine, a growing number of Western firms are cutting ties with the country. While ordinary Russians stand to be hit hard, the EU has also imposed more targeted measures at business elites. We take a closer look.

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