A Russian revolution
In an unusual scheme aimed at boosting business confidence and overseas investment in Russia, the Government has issued guarantees protecting foreign investors from state interference, report Anthony Hobkinson and Colin Masson
Faced with the perceived corruption and underhand dealing of its legions of bureaucrats, it is perhaps unsurprising that the Russian Government has found it difficult to attract the level of foreign investment required to spark the renewal and regeneration of its failing economy.
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