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Опубликовано 2014-10-01 Опубликовано на SciPeople2015-07-01 11:45:51 ЖурналThe Russian Academic Journal

The Umbrella Revolution
Alexey Fedorov The Umbrella Revolution // The Russian Academic Journal, Vol. 29, Issue 3, 2014, pp. 0-0
Аннотация The last Sochi Economic Forum emphasized that the Russian
business failed to have a full realization of the fact that the world
has changed. It became more Asian. The number of those who
attended the block revolved around economic sanctions against
Russia, manifold exceeded the audient of the Asian block, and
lectures met this fact with raised eyebrows. After all, development
of Russian business, in general, had an emigration nature: originally
any business person went to the USA or in Europe as a tourist, looked
about, launched a company and, simultaneously, got a residence
permit, set up any simple operations, made new connections,
relocated children for permanent residence and education, and,
eventually, mean to live peaceful and secure old age at the place
of “registration” of the company. As regards Asia, the situation is
much trickier. The Russian business and political elite are not
ready to relocate for permanent residence in China, Malaysia,
Singapore or Korea. Nor yet they are ready to send their children
to get education there, and, certainly, not regard Asia as a place for
spending peaceful and secure old age.

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