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Ukraine: Geopolitical Risk Rising For Global Markets

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Thu, 13 Mar 2014

News of a Russian military intervention in Crimea and of the Russian parliament granting President Vladimir Putin authorization for an intervention in Ukraine have raised fears of a geopolitical conflict that could extend well beyond its borders. The situation in the region remains extremely fluid,

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