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Отзывы учащихся о курсе Legal aspects of conducting business in Russia от партнера Санкт-Петербургский государственный университет

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О курсе

This course is designed for people who intend to perform business in Russia. The entrepreneur constantly functions in the legal field: creates his enterprise, acquires property, concludes transactions, interacts with control and supervisory state bodies and bodies of the judicial system. Success of business and fate of the entrepreneur himself depend on the choice of the form of entrepreneurial activity, knowledge of his or her rights and obligations, on the correct response to legal and illegal actions of employees of government and management. That is why knowledge of law and ability to use legal tools in order to achieve goals are important for an entrepreneur no less than knowledge in the field of economics, finance and management. The course gives a general overview on the most important issues such as: Russian political, legal and judicial systems, foreign investment policy, foreign trade, most common forms of legal presence in Russia for foreign investors, regulation on business activity in Russia etc...

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автор: Francesco P

21 мая 2020 г.

This course has been my first one ever on Coursera.

The course was really helpful for me to understand the main scenarios of business activity in Russia.

автор: Randal E E

23 июля 2021 г.

I found this to be a comprehensive and practical overview of the legal environment in Russia - with an emphasis on doing business.

автор: Jun Y K

23 мая 2020 г.

Very thorough look into Russian legal systems.

However, the quizzes do have some room for improvement.

автор: Elizabeth N C

17 дек. 2020 г.

a little more clarity in the explanation of legal processes in some lessons are a bit confusing

автор: Alessandro C

9 июня 2020 г.

Easy to understand, but too generic and unengaging