* Ruling party lashes out at bonuses at state-linked firms * Warns of threat to social and political stability * Biggest car maker cancels all bonuses for 2009 By Simon Shuster and Vlasta Demyanenko MOSCOW, March 26 (Reuters) - Russia's ruling party warned on Thursday that excessive corporate bonuses could provoke social unrest capable of rattling the country's political system. Russia's leaders are grappling with a deepening economic crisis and are worried about unrest as millions ...
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