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77% of Japanese firms in Europe affected by Ukraine war

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what weird way to phrase it, like Japan is a victim

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How many are just using this situation to crank prices up? Probably most

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@JaneM2, Well said!

Russia continue to offer cheap gas on the condition they put an end to the sanctions. Germans were increasingly protesting their government to end the sanctions. Then the pipelines "magically" blew up...

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Today ruzzia bombed another maternity hospital and killed two-day-old baby. Half the country is without power or water.

Ideals are not ‘imaginary’.

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How many affected by the sanctions?

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Europe remove the stupid sanctions on Russia and the matter is solved..

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How many affected by the sanctions?

Affected by sanctions = not able to buy 'real' McDonalds or a new car with airbags and power steering.

In comparison with being affected by having no water or power in the middle of winter, being bombed out of your home, and your family being killed by drones and missiles? You really want to compare those?

Europe remove the stupid sanctions on Russia and the matter is solved.

Putin remove the stupid special military operation from Ukraine and the matter can start to be solved.

It will take a while.

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Putin remove the stupid special military operation from Ukraine and the matter can start to be solved.

Putin has tried to solve things for years, but Ukraine ignored previous agreements and Putin's legitimate concerns. Why would Putin stop and negotiate with someone who does not want to negotiate or ignores the agreements from previous negotiations.

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The sanctions are forcing Russia to borrow money.

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Bloomberg is a subscription link?

The daily cost of the Russian war is $10-$20 billion. Already more than 200 days of the war.

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