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Ukraine reconstruction may cost $349 billion

By DW
12 September 2022   |   7:28 am
As the war in Ukraine goes on, the cost of rebuilding the country and its economy mounts up dramatically. A detailed new report puts a figure on the damage: more than one-third of a trillion US dollars.

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