Russia's ruble crisis: What's at stake for European businesses

Companies in Poland are wary of a recession in Russia and a downturn in trade and tourism. But Europe is probably less exposed than in 1998 when Russia defaulted on its sovereign debt. 

By , Staff writer , Correspondent

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Russia has said its currency crisis is over. But for Polish companies like the family-run shoe producer Conhpol, which just opened its first store in the capital Warsaw, the danger signs are still flashing.