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Housing Maintenance and Management in Russia During the Reforms

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Document date: November 01, 1996
Released online: November 01, 1996
This report describes the evolution in maintenance of municipal housing stock in Moscow and provides an overview of competitive maintenance and condominium formation in other Russian cities. The experience of these cities, particularly Moscow, is of general interest because it highlights the types of problems that must be overcome in nearly all the countries of the former Soviet bloc.


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