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Navigating Russia’s turbulence in zero visibility

Political instability and economic sanctions aside, KPMG's Ulrik Andersen cautions that Russia must address fundamental economic flaws before it will see any sustained market revival

Russia's automotive industry has been on a downward spiral, exacerbated by political instability and economic sanctions. However, the country's economy was already in trouble before the Ukraine crisis developed, and until the fundamental flaws are addressed, the market will continue to pose risks. Automotive World spoke with Ulrik Andersen, Partner at KPMG's Moscow office, on the forces at work behind the current situation and conducting business in an environment of uncertainty.

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