Russia's Shrinking Expat Community an Opportunity for Those Remainingi
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    February 05, 2016 11:00 PM
    Russia's shrinking economy and tensions with the West have led hundreds of thousands of foreigners to leave the country, seeking better opportunities. Businesses catering to foreigners are suffering; but, at a first exhibition for expatriates in Moscow, some also see opportunity. VOA's Daniel Schearf reports.

    Russia's Shrinking Expat Community an Opportunity for Those Remaining

    Published February 05, 2016

    Russia's shrinking economy and tensions with the West have led hundreds of thousands of foreigners to leave the country, seeking better opportunities. Businesses catering to foreigners are suffering; but, at a first exhibition for expatriates in Moscow, some also see opportunity. VOA's Daniel Schearf reports.


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