Foreign banks banned from opening branches in Russia
MOSCOW, March 15 – RAPSI. President Vladimir Putin has signed a government-sponsored law banning foreign banks from opening branches in Russia, PRIME reported on Friday, citing a post on the government legal information website.
Lots of bans in Kremlin this week.
Pro-Kremlin lawmakers on Tuesday proposed banning members of parliament from travelling abroad to countries such as the United States without permission of the Russian parliament’s speaker. The idea emerged as tensions between Moscow and Washington continued to rise over US allegations of rights abuses committed under the rule of President Vladimir Putin.
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