DOING BUSINESS WITH RUSSIA

DOING BUSINESS WITH RUSSIA

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Russia is steadily emerging as a major economic force and a marketplace no international corporation or entrepreneur can ignore. This long-awaited business guide incorporates new economic, legal, corporate and business information. With contributions from leading firms including Deloitte & Touche and Cameron McKenna, Doing Business with Russia will be the definitive reference source on this devleoping market. The book examines the economic context, and covers in depth all aspects of business development and foreign trade and investment in Russia. The book will be invaluable to European and North American trade, and will be essential reading for any business considering commerce with Russia, and for international entrepreneurs looking for investment opportunities.show more

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  • Book | 256 pages
  • 152 x 234 x 26mm | 739.35g
  • Kogan Page Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • maps
  • 0749424605
  • 9780749424602

Table of contents

Part One: The Framework for Business: Development of the market; Social trends; Privatisation; Banking; Business culture; Economic Performance; Structuring transactions; Industrial restructuring; Captial markets; Relations with the CIS. Part Two: Market Potential: Food processing; Power and water; Oil and gas; Property and construction; Electronics; Engineering; Consumer goods; Leisure and tourism; Environment; Automotive; Light Industry; Telecoms; Welfare projects. Part 3: Business Development: Market intelligence; Trade and project finance; Agencies, distributorships and franchises; Transport; Sales and marketing; Customs and excise; Intellectual property; The first-time business visitor; Part 4: Building an Organisation: Investment strategy; The foreign investment regime; Valuation and accounting; Property holdings; Recruitment, pay and training; Finance for projects; Company formation; Tax; Labour law; Insurance. Appendix: Sources of further information.show more