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An interesting report, we are in rather complex times, with energy companies enjoying high prices for their products as well as punitive sanctions in some areas.

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Julian Silk on Apr 12, 2022

This is another Julian, and I think this is still basically pro-Putin propaganda.  The companies involved would lose more by not supporting the boycott of Russia.  A good list is just out today in 

https://som.yale.edu/story/2022/over-600-companies-have-withdrawn-russia...

and the managements of these companies are not fools.

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