/ 16 February 2023

From Russia, with love: How a war changed the global economy

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A person shops at a supermarket in Moscow on April 6, 2022. - Russia said on April 6 it had been forced to make foreign debt payments on dollar-denominated bonds in rubles, in a new blow to its efforts to avoid a sovereign default amid unprecedented Western sanctions over the Ukraine conflict. (Photo by Natalia KOLESNIKOVA / AFP)
One year on, the Kremlin’s impact appears to be retreating — but, amid uncertainty about the global economy’s growth trajectory, risks to inflation remain

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