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Davos Annual Meeting 2005 - The Russian Riddle Russian economy appears increasingly as an enigma to outsiders, showing strong macroeconomic fundamentals despite serious structural and institutional deficiencies and growing questions about its commitment to building a democracy.1) Can businesses prosper in an environment of shaky property rights and a weak judicial system?2) Without oil revenues, would Russia's economy collapse?3) Should investors reconsider their bets until Russia's political direction becomes clearer?Alain J. Belda, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Alcoa, USAWilliam F. Browder, Chief Executive Officer, Hermitage Capital Management, Russian Federation; Young Global LeaderBill Owens, Governor of Colorado, USAVladimir Ryzhkov, Member of the State Duma, Russian Federation; Young Global LeaderAlexander Zhukov, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian FederationModerated byJanet Guyon, Senior Writer, Fortune Magazine, USA
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