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Video: Russian remixes to the ruble
Russian business graduate and DJ skirts the economic crisis to wealth.
Last Modified: 23 Oct 2009 18:54 GMT

At 23-years old, a Russian international business graduate is the face of a generation that grew up after the fall of the Soviet Union.

Now, his business is more domestic as he makes about $1,000 a night in Moscow's clubs, despite the country's bar and restaurant sales being hit hard by the global economic crisis.

Casey Kauffman caught up with DJ Max.

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Al Jazeera
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