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MOSCOW, December 16 /TASS/. The Russian government may introduce bans and restrictions on the work of Turkish subcontractors in Russia, the Russian government press service said on Wednesday.
"For the moment, the government is really studying possible measures for the service sector [to which restrictions and bans may spread]. The government will immediately inform about its decisions as soon as they are made," the government press service said.
"On November 28, the Russian president delegated the Russian government with powers to determine lists of goods and works [services] subject to bans and restrictions of foreign economic operations with Turkey," the government said adding it had already adopted and voiced restrictions imposed on goods.