DOING BUSINESS WITH RUSSIA 3RD EDITION

DOING BUSINESS WITH RUSSIA 3RD EDITION

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An appraisal of the economic and investment climate of Russia. This third edition offers an update on market potential in the key sectors and best practice advice on all aspects of investing in or trading with Russia. Data from the book and the web site is supplied by a network of contacts in Russia, including the local offices of Deloitte & Touche, Bank Austria and CMS Cameron McKenna. Information is also supplied on Risk by Coface, and Grey Area Dynamics by Merchant International Group. This includes links to their web sites and offices in Russia.show more

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  • Book | 400 pages
  • 160 x 234 x 36mm | 1,020.59g
  • Kogan Page Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
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  • 0749438398
  • 9780749438395

Table of contents

Part 1 The business context: economic performance and outlook; Russia and the EU; the foreign investment regime; corporate intelligence and business risk; the legal framework in Russia; privatization and the legal framework for reform; alternative corporate structures; agency, distribution and franchise agreements; employment law; intellectual property; dispute resolution; the banking system and capital markets; accountancy and audit; business taxation; trade finance; investment banking; joint ventures. Part 2 Sector profiles: natural resources sector; industrial; services.show more

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"This newly revised volume is part of the expanding "Global Market Briefings" series, which focuses on countries characterized largely as emerging markets (e.g., Doing Business with China, edited by Jonathan Reuvid and Li Yong, 4th ed., CH, Oct'03). Contributions by 28 experienced and knowledgeable firms and individuals ensure comprehensive and reliable coverage. Early chapters offer background on the Russian market, followed by overviews of the foreign investment climate as well as financial institutions and operations. Investment opportunities and trade potentials are given for major industrial and commercial sectors. Also discussed are business structures, taxation, accounting practices, e-commerce, real estate, and labor conditions. Regional diversity is considered, with particular reference to the Urals and Western Siberia. Three case studies highlight successful foreign participation in the Russian market. Appendixes include business-related Web sites and further details on selecshow more