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As EU introduces fifth round of sanctions, experts say Russian gas 'most important to cut off'


In an interview with Euronews, Chief Economic Adviser at the Centre for Economics and Business Research Vicky Pryce says gas is a key import that needs to be halted.View on euronews

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