Russia hopeful that sanctions will end: Expert
Chris Weafer: Crimea-related sanctions will stay in definitely
Chris Weafer, a senior partner at Macro-Advisory, says Moscow is hoping Europe will end financial sanctions against Russia.
"Crimea-related sanctions will stay in definitely, because clearly Crimea is not going to go back as far as Russians are concerned," - this was said by Chris Weafer on air of CNBC, American TV channel, on Tuesday, August 16.
Chris Weafer is a senior partner at Macro-Advisory Partners, a firm providing leading investors, corporations, and governments with the strategic insights in the field of economics and politics.
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