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FIFA World Cup 2018: Russia's economy stays stable, in spite of massive hikes in hotel occupancy rates

Firstpost Saturday, 14 July 2018
The FIFA World Cup 2018 has had both positive and negative effects on the Russian economy, resulting in it remaining more or less stable in spite of promises that it would be boosted by the arrival of hundreds of thousands of tourists.
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