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Europe Could sanctions spur Russia's ascent to agricultural superpower?

Since the end of the Soviet era, Russia's agricultural industry has languished. But with sanctions now keeping European goods out of the Russian market, small domestic farmers are stepping up.

The very first thing Alexander Sayapin has to say to a Western journalist who's made a long trek out to his start-up dairy some 150 miles from Moscow? "Thank you for the sanctions."

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