This thesis focuses on the transition process on the Russian market and the influence of changes caused by the transformation of the Russian economy from a centralized and planned structure toward free market conditions, with special attention to trade as one of the most important industries. The status of trade in these newly created conditions reflects both global dictates of the world market and the influences of the domestic market, which is directly engendered by new processes such as privatization, foreign investment, changes in the banking system and credit–monetary sphere, and regulations. In addition, political influences have direct influences on the economy as a whole. Moreover, there is a tendency to anticipate further events during the transition process toward a completely market economy.
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