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As new sanctions are imposed by the US and EU, and the consolidated list already includes 167 individuals and companies, a major concern is growing among the international business. We present our new sanctions-related publication.

This current issue of Russia Briefing gives you an overview of the regulations on US and EU sanctions and also goes beyond this by trying to find out the potential effects they have and most important for you what to do in order to find out whether or not your business is affected by the sanctions. Our experts have developed an efficient and effective program to screen your business partners so that you may avoid risk and continue your business activity in Russia.
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