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What the Crisis in Crimea Means for Your Business in Russia

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The United States and the European Union are now in open geopolitical conflict with Russia over Vladimir Putin’s annexation of the Crimean Peninsula of Ukraine.

The situation raises not only memories of the Cold War, but questions about what happens when the West moves towards the brink with a BRIC nation.

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