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Influence of Russian Antisanctions in World Trade

Student: Maksim Sinitsyn

Supervisor: Ekaterina Krekhovets

Faculty: Faculty of Economics

Educational Programme: Economics (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The final qualifying work presents a study of the impact of Russian anti-sanctions on world trade. The paper analyzes the impact of counter-sanctions on the structure of the main branches of world trade, which are most strongly connected with Russia. The study includes an overview of foreign sanctions that have been imposed on Russia, as well as their impact on the domestic market. With the help of statistical sites on the volume of world trade, an analysis was conducted, which compared the trends in the development of the world market in relation to Russia by year. In the practical part of the work, a network analysis was carried out, which allowed us to interpret the results of the work and draw the necessary conclusions on metric indicators that reflected the impact of sanctions on world trade.

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