The Urkraine:What happens next for Gazprom?.

Business columnist Yuriy Ъ-Barsukov is trying to guess ahead of the situation.

Three months of political opposition in Ukraine resolved suddenly and terribly: for the last three days the structure of executive power in the country fell apart so that it’s difficult to even find some of its representatives, including the President. More surprising is the fact that from an economic point of view the situation has remained the same as in November 2013, when the government of Nikolay Azarov decided to withdraw from the EU association and chose, as it seemed a less risky option of cooperation with Russia.

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