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Ukrainian economy in dire straits: economist


With no end in sight to the crisis in the Crimea, Ukrainian Economist Oleg Ustenko says the country's economy is 'in really bad shape', and that weakened economic ties with Russia could have a 'huge' effect. Duration: 01:19

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