Russia must ensure that its enterprise sector can face competitors on world markets if it is to integrate into the global economy - it cannot rely simply on producing oil and gas. But its diversification plans have made little progress and for now, energy looks set to continue to hold the key to its economic future, with Rosneft, the world’s largest publicly traded oil company, at the fore.

A NEW star is rising in the global energy game. On March 21, 2013, at 1553 Moscow time, state-owned energy giant Rosneft completed the takeover of 100 per cent of TNK-BP, Russia’s third largest oil company.

It was the largest global mergers and ...

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Professor Stefan Hedlund
A dynamic private enterprise sector must grow from below, driven by entrepreneurs who are ready to develop opportunities as they emerge. The preconditions for this to happen in Russia are very poor
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