Regulation of the Telecommunication Sector in Russia: Direct Foreign Investments and Options for Competition

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Telecommunications is one of a few domestic branches in Russia which is steadily developing in a difficult period of transition. The State is succeeding in maintaining the integrity of its complex and key position whilst managing this transition. At present this branch is dealing with the problems the country faces in entering the global telecommunication age. The main conditions for achieving this goal are a legal framework and the adoption of an investment policy


Direct Foreign Investment Telecommunication Service Telephone Network Natural Monopoly Network Industry 
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