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The recognition of PE of foreign companies in Russia
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
Tax incentives: regional incentives
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.
Overview of Russias Oil & Gas sector
Russia is the world's 3rd biggest oil producer after US and Saudi Arabia and the 2nd largest energy producing nation in the world after US. Russia has almost 103.2 thousand million barrels of proved oil reserves at the end of 2014
Work visas and work permits
Before a foreign national can work in Russia as an employee, both a work visa (except "visa-free nationals) and a work permit must be obtained.
The recognition of foreign companies as Russian tax residents
Starting from 1 January 2015 a foreign organisation may be recognized as a Russian tax resident if, in particular, any of the following criteria are met.
Entering the Russian marketplace: opportunities for Asian countries
Russia pays heed to maintain diverse economic ties with the world, instead of focusing only on its neighbouring European markets.
Immediate opportunities for investments
Russia turns towards Asia for new trade flows.
Recent political and economic developments
 2014 stresses showed Russia the vulnerabilities of over reliance on one market bloc. Russia responded with 3 cohesive strategies, most notably in its pursuit of Asia.
Russia in figures
All important figures about Russia
Russia marks 70 years since victory over Nazi Germany with huge parade
Russia Victory Parade 2015. Russia marked 70 years since the victory over Nazi Germany on Saturday with a spectacular parade in Moscow featuring some 16,000 soldiers, 200 armored vehicles and 150 planes and helicopters.