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Foreign personnel: employment restrictions
The regulation of employing foreign employees is based on imposing certain rules with respect to each category of foreign citizen.
Current sectoral opportunities in Russia
Potential food trade as Singapore is unaffected by Russias import ban.
Russia: holding under pressure
Economic reforms in Russia had been an ongoing process. Russia had since been working to improve its business environment for several years. Russian Asian Business Union.
Overview of Key Business Sectors
Aerospace, E-Government, Townships and Furniture
Bilateral Collaborations between Singapore and Russia
Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement, Economic Cooperation in SEZs and Inter-governmental Commission
Mining taxation
This article relates to taxpayers engaged in the extraction of minerals other than oil and gas.
Customs duties
In August 2012, Russia became a full member of the World Trade Organisation (WTO). From that point onwards, Russia must follow WTO rules as well as the terms and conditions of accession as agreed during negotiations.
Tax incentives: Special Economic Zones & Skolkovo
In recent years, few tax incentives have been available in Russia, but that is now changing, partly due to the Russian governments current modernisation agenda.
Russian employment law applies to all employment relationships in Russia, including those involving Russian nationals, foreign nationals, stateless persons, international organisations, and Russian and foreign legal entities.
Russian-sourced income of FLEs
A foreign legal entity (FLE) that conducts business activities in Russia through a "separate division", a term which includes representative offices, branches, construction sites and other places of business, for a period exceeding 30