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SOCHI, October 12. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin has pledged to provide comfortable conditions for foreign businessmen operating in Russia, adding that he expects German companies to continue operations in the country.
"We expect German companies to continue operations in Russia as new opportunities are opening up for businessmen in general and foreign businessmen, including those from Germany amid economic recovery in Russia," he said at a meeting with representatives of German firms on Thursday.
"We are ready to create comfortable conditions for foreign entrepreneurs on the Russian market," he added.
According to the president, the plan is to "continue improvement of legislative base and law enforcement practice, to further remove excessive administrative barriers, invest resources in infrastructure development and, obviously, in staff training."