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2020

Picasso tokenised: how to invest in art via blockchain  

Digitalisation of the art market accelerates fast. Auction houses and galleries go online, while investors pool their resources using blockchain to buy paintings. Deloitte’s experts have had a look into the strengths and limitations of this technology.

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7 December 2020

RBC Pro

Taking Advantage of Partnerships in post-COVID China

While the second wave of coronavirus and a new recession sweeps across the world, China’s economy grew in the both second and third quarters of 2020. The country's GDP bucked the global trend by growing 4.9% year-on-year in the third quarter. Despite a multitude of challenges, global demand for Chinese goods and interest in the Chinese market remain buoyant: exports and imports grew by 9.9% and 13.2% respectively year-on-year.

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30.10.2020

Vedomosti

The Lowest Tax Rate in the World? Russia’s ‘IT Tax Maneuver’

President Vladimir Putin's plans for digital businesses to help power Russia's economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic by giving Russia one of the lowest tax rates in the world for IT companies might not be what they seem, analysts told The Moscow Times.

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21.07.2020

The Moscow Times

What the world would be like with China at the helm, or how to win over the Middle Kingdom

Alexander Krylov believes that China may be the only country capable of saving the world economy from the current crisis. Below, he shares several important tips for business owners. Just one year ago, the state of affairs across the globe today was unimaginable, and no one could have suspected that China would in many respects become one of the safest, most stable, and balanced states in the world.

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09.06.2020

Liga.net

Russia in 2020: Where Are All the Foreign Banks?

“All over the world, the top market positions are occupied by local banks,” said Maxim Nalyutin, FSI Director at Deloitte CIS Consulting. “It’s the same in Russia as in the U.K., Europe and the U.S. Psychologically, people need to trust banks, and culturally it’s much easier to trust a brand that has existed on the market for a long time, rather than a new player.”

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10.01.2020

The Moscow Times

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