As the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, we’re keeping our finger on the pulse of how the health crisis is playing out in Russia: from government policy priorities, to economic impact, to potential political transformations.
While the Russian response to COVID-19 came later than in other countries, due to a comparatively low numbers early, now we’re asking: how are the authorities responding? What are their policy priorities? How might this change in the long term?
Some industries are already feeling the immediate effect of the pandemic and facing the potential subsequent risks. Meanwhile for other industries, the crisis has opened up a window of opportunity for rapid development. Who is next, and why? What should companies be doing to foresee and mitigate risks?
To answer these questions, PBN Hill+Knowlton Strategies’ Government & Public Affairs Department has prepared a policy brief, assessing COVID-19 in Russia now, what post-crisis Russia might look like, and how businesses should navigate these turbulent times.
Click here to read it.