Russia has established itself as one of the main foreign investment opportunities for European companies and has shown tremendous development in the recent past. Building on a period of sustained growth since 2009, Russia recently announced a series of strategic objectives to improve its investment climate and to bring it into line with global practice. In 2012, following 19 years of negotiation, Russia joined the World Trade Organization as its 154th member. Additionally, in the same year it created a common economic space with Belarus and Kazakhstan.
Russia’s economy continued to perform relatively well in 2012, with GDP growth at 3.4%. However, recently it has shown some signs of following down in the face of the global economic downturn.
Taken overall, the prospects for Russia in 2013 and beyond are promising as the country continues to offer an attractive set of opportunities. But at the same time, investing in Russia remains challenging in terms of project implementation. For these reasons, the AEB publishes the guide which provides valuable information on a regular basis about the latest amendments to Russian legislation, and on the opportunities, advantages and mechanism of investing in Russia.
This, the 2013 edition of the “How to Invest in Russia” guide, will bring you the most recent updates on migration legislation, taxation, joint ventures, industry-specific aspects of investing, and investing in the regions.
Our company is also proposes different packages and services to help companies to start up their business in Russia. You can get some more details about it in the article, called “Out-staffing: the easy way to launch in Russia” , published on a page 46 of the AEB guide “How to invest in Russia 2013?”.
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