What’s left of Russia’s economy?
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Russia is suffering high inflation and economic contraction. Plus, the causes of the baby formula shortage and a city-friendly approach to cutting emissions.
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Many have been on a borrowing spree through the past two years of low rates.
As sanctions take their toll and Russia's leader writes off Western markets, analysts count the costs for the nation's people and businesses.
After a pandemic, trade war and rising wages, many manufacturers have been looking for other options outside of China.
A product recall plus, yes, supply chain woes have some parents driving hours to satisfy their child's nutritional needs.
Cities were responsible for over half of the world's carbon emissions in recent years. They could turn that around in the decades to come.
Birds along the coastline were covered in oil, but environmentalists say there may be additional damage to marine life that's harder to see.