The Israelis learned under desert conditions to produce food in a volume far beyond their own needs, and they sell not only vegetables and fruit to Russia, but black caviar too. But their major export is not food itself, but technology
It wasn’t long ago that about 80,000 Russians went overseas every year to for medical treatment. Now foreign clinics are noting the drop in interest by Russian patients. How substantial is this drop, and do Russians have the opportunity to obtain comparable medical care at home?