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Category Archives: President Medvedev
Last month, PM Putin addressed the Government Commission on Electricity Generation. At the meeting, Putin launched into a searing critique of Russian companies using offshore “front companies.” Indeed, Putin noted, “Taking the Russian economy and its strategic sectors out of … Continue reading
Last week, PM Putin chaired the latest meeting of the Commission on Foreign Investment and the following day the draft amendments to the Strategic Sectors Law (SSL) entered their third reading, after languishing in 2nd reading purgatory since the summer. … Continue reading
By now most readers are well familiar with Medvedev’s “war on corruption.” We know new laws have been passed and enforcement has reportedly increased. Still, many of the new laws are often ignored (e.g., income declaration requirements). And much of … Continue reading
Today, the Strategic Sectors Law (SSL) Amendments were submitted for their second reading. The SSL Amendments will also likely undergo a third reading, and the assumption is that the changes between the second and third readings will be more substantial … Continue reading
[TRM’s second installment on recent events in Russia] Medvedev made quite a few headlines two weeks ago with a series of moves that signaled a renewed push to ‘improve the investment climate’ in Russia. This is, of course, not a … Continue reading