A set table is seen in a private members' club on the 59th floor of the Federation Tower complex in Moscow October 21, 2008. Banks may not be lending and global recession threatens but the Russian developer building Europe's tallest skyscraper sees a reason for confidence: Russians have not lost their appetite for flaunting their wealth. The developer behind Moscow's Federation Complex believes that, crisis or no crisis, rich Russians will pay for the cachet of owning one of the project's apartments designed by Giorgio Armani and costing in excess of $5 million. Picture taken October 21, 2008. To match feature RUSSIA-TOWER/ REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA)
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