EVEN THE VODKA ISN’T SAFE.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 28
More than 53,000 Russians died from drinking tainted vodka during 1994, Vecherny klub reported June 6. The paper said that fears about such contamination in domestic brands were powering demand for imported ones. During the same year, Russians spent over $4 billion on imported alcohol.
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