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Large scale investments in Russia’s infrastructure and natural resources sector

Thomas Schumann

Аннотация


In Russia there exists a considerable demand for large scale investment in infrastructure utilities and production of natural resources. It is a common understanding that these requirements can only be met with the help of foreign direct investment (FDI). Without the delivery of capital and know-how Russia would miss chances for growth of the whole economy and could loose export revenues. This article concentrates especially on the conditions that are prerequisites for attracting large scale FDI that are nowadays increasingly realized by setting up project finance structures.

 


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