Impact of Sanctions on Russian Companies and Ways to Minimize Their Consequences.
Elena Ogawa, PF Finance, LEVINE Bridge Company
Anastasia Maslova, Lawyer, Levine Bridge LLC
This article is aimed at discussing the problems that Russian companies face in the context of sanctions imposed on the country and ways to solve them. To accurately identify problems and ways to solve them, the work uses a qualitative approach using both primary and secondary sources. In the article, we conclude that Russian companies cope with the imposed sanctions in various ways. Some organizations are trying to adapt to new conditions by restructuring their activities and looking for alternative markets and partners. They may also cut costs and look for new sources of funding. Other companies faced more serious difficulties: they lost access to financial markets, which made it difficult (or impossible) to obtain loans and investments. Restrictions on imports and exports have also harmed the business of Russian companies, especially in industries that depend on technology imports and exports of their products. The paper concluded that although sanctions may create difficulties for Russian companies, excluding Russia from the global economy is impossible due to its importance and resources. Despite the imposed sanctions, Russian companies continue to grow and develop due to their ability to adapt to new conditions and find new opportunities. In general, although sanctions may create difficulties for the Russian economy, they can also stimulate the growth and development of domestic production, innovation and economic diversification. Russian companies can use these opportunities to strengthen their position in global markets and achieve long-term success.
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