When Things Fall Apart, Everything Can Still Rise Again

The fall of the Soviet Union in 1991 changed the face of Russia and ushered in a new era of rapid urbanisation, which in turn shaped the country’s development.

In the wake of the collapse of communism, the economy boomed in the west, while in Russia the country saw a massive drop in manufacturing jobs and a decline in manufacturing exports.

It was not until 2016 that the economy returned to its pre-Soviet levels, but this time the trend was reversed and it took longer for the economy to recover.

With the country facing a shortage of workers and the economy still recovering from the crisis, it took more than five years for the country to return to growth.

Read more: Russia’s unemployment rate is the highest in the world In the wake, the Russian state and its economic leaders pushed for a massive increase in infrastructure spending and the privatization of state assets.

But with the collapse in the economy, the government was left with no option but to borrow and spend money on its own.

While this strategy worked to boost the economy in the long run, the country did not achieve a similar level of investment in itself.

This led to massive debts and a growing burden for the Russian government.

In a country where nearly half of the population works for a company or government agency, such a debt load means that it will take many years for a country like Russia to get back on its feet.

The result of the financial crisis and the resulting economic slowdown has been the sharp rise in the inflation rate in Russia.

This has led to the rise in unemployment and social unrest.

According to the UN, Russia is now the fifth-most-populous country in the entire world.

The current economic slowdown is one of the factors that has prompted Russia to introduce a measure to control inflation.

However, with the inflationary rate so high, it will not be easy to control the situation.

A Russian man looks out at a wall at a government-run market in the Russian city of Volgograd.

(Photo by: Alexei Druzhinin/AFP/Getty Images)As a result, a number of measures have been put in place to tackle the rising inflation.

In addition to curbing the inflation, the authorities have introduced new measures to help the economy.

For example, the Central Bank has raised the purchasing power of its currency by 30% and has also announced a number, such as a new currency exchange rate.

But there is still much work to be done in the fight against inflation.

This is due to the fact that there are still many aspects that have not been addressed.

The country’s central bank has stated that the inflation has not gone down as expected.

This statement, however, is not true.

According the World Bank, Russia’s inflation rate was the highest among 34 countries examined.

The Bank has stated in its latest Global Economic Outlook that inflation remains elevated and that the country is currently in the midst of an “internal crisis”.

The country has not managed to control its inflation problem and this is what is causing the current situation in Russia to persist.

Russia has the highest inflation rate among the 34 countries surveyed.

As the country has the largest number of people working in the country, the number of unemployed is also high.

According data from the National Statistics Service, the unemployment rate stands at 23.6% and the number is forecast to reach 25.5% by 2021.