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Russians face 24% inflation as Western sanctions trigger deepest recession since the fall of USSR


Russian families face 24% inflation hike as tough Western sanctions are set to plunge the country into its deepest recession since the collapse of the Soviet Union

  • Panic buying and unaffordable supermarket groceries becoming norm in Russia
  • Average salary just a quarter of UK’s but coffee cost up 70 per cent and sugar 30
  • Photographer Oleg, 33, said: ‘I think this is what the Germans felt like with Hitler’
  • Economic isolation has crippled nation’s finances – Russians are paying the price

Soaring prices and panic buying have become part of the new reality for ordinary Russians.

Tough Western sanctions are set to plunge the country into its deepest recession since the collapse of the Soviet Union three decades ago.

In a country where the average monthly salary is…



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