In this Monday, 2, 2012 photo a worker holds strawberries in the Lenin state farm outside Moscow on Tuesday, July 2, 2012. On a hot July morning, temporary migrant workers pick fragrant strawberries ... more 
In this Monday, 2, 2012 photo a worker holds strawberries in the Lenin state farm outside Moscow on Tuesday, July 2, 2012. On a hot July morning, temporary migrant workers pick fragrant strawberries the sprawling fields of Lenin State Farm, a former collective farm, now a successful enterprise. Farm director Pavel Grudinin says his strawberries are the best in the region because the company sells them within 24 hours of the picking. But with Russia joining the World Trade Organization next week, Grudinin worries that rules designed to ensure fair trade will put him at a disadvantage, because it will be hard for him to compete with U.S. and European producers who don’t have to deal with corruption and bureaucracy. (AP Photo/Sergey Ponomarev) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Sergey Ponomarev
Tue, Jul 3, 2012 10:39 AM EDT