Russia and Ukraine: The bear in mind
International firms are showing renewed interest in Russia with the proposed sell-off of state assets, the World Cup and the 2012 Winter Olympics generating a slew of mandates. Suzanna Ring reports on what's to come for the region's legal market Russia is never far off the business agenda, but after a torrid couple of years it is fair to say that many Anglo Saxon firms had scaled back their efforts in the region - albeit a temporary pause rather than a ceasefire.
International firms are showing renewed interest in Russia with the proposed sell-off of state assets, the World Cup and the 2012 Winter Olympics generating a slew of mandates. Suzanna Ring reports on what’s to come for the region’s legal market
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