The next weak link in the international financial chain could be Russia, where the exposure of U.S. banks has skyrocketed.

Since the end of Communism and demise of the Soviet Union, the Russian Federation has been striving for economic growth on the capitalist model- using borrowed capital. Mushrooming foreign debt has been the byproduct.

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