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    1. Changing The Financial Landscape In Russia Is Not An Easy Task

      Changing The Financial Landscape In Russia Is Not An Easy Task
      Earlier this year, with the Moscow Exchange’s IPO, Russia opened its financial market to the rest of the world as part of Russia president Vladimir Putin’s plan to modernize the country and attract international investors. In the US, venture capitalists and hedge funds managers are generally still cautious. But for pioneers looking for cutting edge and potentially lucrative investments, Russia ...
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