chapter 3: Business Environment

October 2005
Russia Business Forecast Report;2005 Q4, p17
Country Report
Country Report
Reports on the outlook of the business environment in Russia as of October 2005. Reduction in personal and corporate income taxes; Escalation of bureaucracy and corruption; Need for reform in the banking sector; Efforts of President Vladimir Putin to win membership of the World Trade Organization.


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