Scandinavia: Russian Revolution
Historical links between Russia and Scandinavia mean that law firms are reporting greater business connections between the two as Russia grows into an important outward investor. Gulya Isyanova reports
Russia’s standing on the world stage was given a considerable fillip in its hosting of the G8 meeting this year. Having overcome the turbulence of the 1990s and the trauma of the 1998 crisis, Russia now finds itself a much more stable country, both economically and politically. With this stability comes the inevitable growth in investment – deals increase, and a rise in the need for law firms with Russian expertise follows.
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