Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council, said that foreign companies left the Russian market due to pressure from their officials. This has been reported DEA News”.
“If it were not for the enormous pressure from the governments of these countries, from the countries of the Western world, not a single company would be itching to leave. So this is a purely political story. And political stories tend to exist for a certain period of time. In this sense, the economy is infinite,” he said.
Medvedev added that Western companies will return to the Russian market, but the main question is when and with what losses.
Previously reportedmany foreign investors began to look for local partners who could be entrusted with the management of commercial assets. This is necessary in order to return to the Russian market later, when the international situation stabilizes.