According to a recent study, carried out by HSBC Bank International, 36 percent of foreigners working in Russia earn more than $250,000 a year.
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Are majority of the expatriats people who ran out of the country with most of the money when things were bad in the 90's ,let's say Israel citizens today, and now have returned because doing business in Russia is good; the same people whose grand parents did the same at the beginning of the 20th century , refusing to fight for the Reds or Whites and headed especially to America where business was good..... I wonder
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