A new piece of protectionism legislation aimed to take effect on July 1st of this year will now require that all computers and mobile devices sold in Russia will need to have pre-installed Russian software. This would require foreign companies to now pre-install a web browser developed by Yandex alongisde other applications. What this would mean is increaed costs for licensing fees and technological developments at the companies' expense. This new piece of legislation will affect companies such
Africa’s energy deficits are pretty well known, however, of recent we have been hearing a lot of policy makers talk openly about nuclear power on the continent. Many kept wondering who the potential supplier would be – China or Russia and if the United Nations would approve it. While many top trading countries continue to fight over investments in Africa, Russia has been wooing African states in an attempt to gain influence in the continent and earn billions of pounds and have beaten their compe
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