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и отразило указанную сумму в составе расходов при исчислении налога на прибыль орk
Hogan Lovells
Russia is facing potential restrictions of foreign ownership in digital companies. This follows similar restrictions over Russian mass media companies and online cinemas which took effect in 2016
Noerr
The Russian merger control rules are set forth in the Russian federal law "On the Protection of Competition" (the "Competition Law").
Tomashevskaya & Partners
. Private equity investors also continue to have a strong interest in distressed investments, which are still popular to an extent.
Dechert
A new version of the Russian Competition Law amended by the so-called ‘fourth antimonopoly package' came into effect on January 5, 2016 (except for certain minor provisions with an earlier effective date).
Moscow Consulting Group
Many of the companies with which we have worked have started to think about finding a partner at some stage in their development, for example, to outsource some business functions, to diversify...
Ivanyan & Partners
The Federal Antimonopoly Service of the Russian Federation is the main merger authority in Russia.
Pepeliaev Group
In recent years, the Russian state hasgradually been simplifying the administrative regulation of businesses.
Dentons
On 2 May 2017 the Central Bank of Russia published a Directive in which it defined limits for application of the Corporate Laws on interested-party transactions.
Orrick
Konstantin Kroll, an M&A and Private Equity partner in Orrick's Moscow office, recently spoke with unquote [subscription required] regarding the challenges facing the Russian private equity market.
EMPP – Russian Law Firm
Each separate stage of an M&A project has its specific mechanism of reduction legal counsel fees.
EMPP – Russian Law Firm
Normally M&A transactions contain representations and warranties clauses.
Legal Alliance Company
В соответствии с действующим законодательством получения разрешений АМКУ на кон&
Latham & Watkins
With effect from 18 December 2011, Russia’s "Strategic Enterprises Law"1 has been significantly relaxed.
Liniya Prava
The Russian main merger control authority is the Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS).
Pepeliaev Goltsblat & Partners
On Oct. 26, 2006 a new antimonopoly law – Federal Law No. 135-FZ of 26 July 2006 "On Protection of Competition" – came into force in Russia. The law that it replaces was enacted more than 15 years ago and, despite numerous amendments, was hardly able to continue regulating the actively emerging Russian market.
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