Investing in emerging markets

Russia: Realizing opportunities and managing risks

April 2011
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Investing in emerging markets, Russia: Realizing opportunities and managing risks

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This report explains the forces behind Russia's opportunities and risks. By developing the right strategy, controls, and due diligence, companies can be prepared to make informed decisions and take advantage of growth opportunities in Russia's vast untapped markets

More than 80% of CEOs who responded to PwC's 14th Annual Global CEO Survey in January this year said they're conducting strategy makeovers, driven in large part by the changing dynamics between the developed and emerging economies. They're making more disciplined targeted investments in unfamiliar places such as Russia, a country rich in natural resources with a skilled and well-educated workforce, and a government that encourages foreign investment for continued growth.

But to succeed in Russia, investors must weigh the risks and the work entailed to maintain the integrity of their company compliance regimes. It's no easy task.

In our report, Investing in emerging markets, Russia: Realizing opportunities and managing risks, we explain the forces behind Russia's opportunities and risks. By developing the right strategy, controls, and due diligence, companies can be prepared to make informed decisions and take advantage of growth opportunities in Russia's vast untapped markets.