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The town, 300 kilometers (about 190 miles) east of Moscow, draws its relative prosperity from the steelworks that makes pipelines for Russia’s natural gas monopoly Gazprom.
With a Labor government nationalizing railways and steelworks in Britain—Germany shattered by Nazism—and communism holding Russia, China, and half of Europe in its grip, the United States stood out as a lonely beacon of liberalism.
Derrick thinks Tata was never going to shut down the steelworks last year.
Two years ago, its steelworks -- the main source of income for many in the town -- closed with the loss of 3,000 jobs, a victim of falling steel prices worldwide spurred by cheap imports from China.
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