Ungated Post | 04 Aug 2016

Privatisation in Russia

In an effort to plug a widening fiscal deficit and preserve further depletion of its reserve funds, Russia’s government has been mulling over the idea of privatising some of its key enterprises. Nafez Zouk of Oxford Economics speaks to Hannah Lilley, Director for Russia & CIS at Control Risks about why this is happening now, and its effects on business and the economy.

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