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    How Russia’s Digital Exports Platform Has Helped Russian SME’s Access New Overseas Markets

    The ‘My Export’ digital platform is exploding in Russian export popularity By Paul Goncharoff Three is a magic number in Russia, there are Troika, the Trinity, and now more than 23 thousand mostly midsize businesses using Russia’s My Export (Russian language only) platform. The platform – which is now just three years old – has[…..]

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    Russia and Brazil: The 2023-24 Trade and Investment Dynamics

    Bilateral trade growth trends are up and touching US$10 billion per annum.  By Michael Barantschik The evolving relationship between Russia and Brazil is a significant development in the context of global shifts influenced by the ongoing war in Ukraine, which has had far-reaching implications for global geopolitics, international alliances, and trade relations. As Western countries[…..]

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    Could Russia Turn To Asian Infrastructure Investments To Free Up Its US$40 Billion Held In Indian Vostro Accounts?

    Russia could become a significant BRI-style investor in the global south By Chris Devonshire-Ellis Extra efforts are required by Indian banks and companies dealing with Russia to fully utilize the potential of the Rupee-Ruble payment settlement mechanism, Moscow’s envoy to New Delhi, Denis Alipov, said on Monday (November 20).

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    Russian Import & Export Analysis 9M 2023

    Asian suppliers have replaced nearly all of Russia’s imports needs By Paul Goncharoff As Russia approaches the New Year, several scattered analytical reports have been released, which I call “appetizers” both from the Ministries as well as Russian language press such as Izvestia, Kommersant, and others.

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    Russia – Italy 2023/24 Bilateral Trade, Situation, and Prospects

    Bilateral trade has huge potential and is hanging on but political winds of change are needed to get it back on track. By Farzad Ramezani Bonesh Russia and Italy are long-standing partners with a rich history of relations dating back to the 16th century. Italian architects and composers often dedicated their entire careers to helping[…..]

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    Russia’s Tinkoff Bank launches SWIFT transfers to Thailand

    Tinkoff can transfer via SWIFT to 30 countries including China, Turkyie and Qatar  One of Russia’s largest private lenders, Tinkoff Bank, has launched transfers in Thai baht via the SWIFT messaging system. Thailand is listed as one of the destinations for international transfers on Tinkoff’s website, which says the lender’s private customers can send funds to[…..]

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    Russia and the Philippines: 2023/24 Trade and Investment Opportunities

    By Emil Avdaliani Russia and the Philippines have been peripheral to each other, as while bilateral trade and investments ties are small, the geography has also largely precluded developing closer ties. What could change this are the unfolding geopolitical developments across Eurasia pushing Russia to seek closer ties with Southeast Asia. Amid Russia’s re-orientation of[…..]

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    Kazakhstan, Russia Increase Supply Chain and Interregional Cooperation as Putin Visits Astana

    Bilateral trade and huge investment plans as Astana and Moscow look ahead By Chris Devonshire-Ellis The Russian President, Vladimir Putin, has been on an official visit to Kazakhstan. Putin arrived in Astana on November 9, and was personally met by the President of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev. An official welcoming ceremony for the Russian leader took[…..]

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    Russia and Laos: The 2023/24 Trade and Investment Dynamics

    By Emil Avdaliani Laos and Russia have traditionally maintained close diplomatic relations and supported each other in various international forums. With Laos, like Russia having a traditional socialist view, they often share similar views on global issues especially regarding their relations with the West. Laotian politicians argue that they will not take sides in the[…..]

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    Russian 2023 Seaport Cargo Turnover Has Increased by 7.8%.

    By Paul Goncharoff We will have to wait awhile for history to judge the economic impact of the massive avalanche (numerically) of group sanctions ever levied against any ostracized country in history. In the meantime, we can assess other available data and allow them to show their own assessment from one point of reference. Rosmorrechflot[…..]

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