Moscow authorities are expecting to receive about 16 or 17 billion rubles ($528 or 561 million) in revenues from renting lands and municipal property in the capital of Russia in 2002.
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At first glance, America is mired in presidential showdown, the Republicans and the Democrats are on the brink of war, BLM protesters clash with white cops, and the economy is generally in decline