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Nestle, tobacco groups, gamemaker Sony join move away from Russia

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Nestle, Philip Morris and Imperial Brands join the list of multinationals stepping back from Russia. Comes after Coca-Cola and McDonald's halted sales in the country. A senior member of the ruling party has warned that foreign firms which close down could see their operations nationalised.
4 months ago·Washington, United States

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Times of India

Nestle, tobacco groups latest companies to pull back from Russia

The moves came after Coca-Cola and McDonald's halted sales in Russia, where a senior member of the ruling party has warned that foreign firms which close down could see their operations nationalised.

4 months ago·Mumbai, India
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Reuters

Nestle, tobacco groups, gamemaker Sony join move away from Russia

Nestle , Philip Morris and video gamemaker Sony joined the list of multinationals stepping back from Russia on Wednesday as pressure mounts from consumers in the West to take a stand against the invasion of Ukraine.

4 months ago·United Kingdom
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RTÉ

Nestle, tobacco groups latest to pull back from Russia

Nestle, Philip Morris and Imperial Brands joined the list of multinationals stepping back from Russia today as pressure mounts from consumers in the West to take a stand against the invasion of Ukraine.

4 months ago·Ireland
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Financial Post

Exodus draws Russian threat to nationalize foreign plants

Coca-Cola and McDonald's are among the latest companies to halt sales in Russia where a senior member of the ruling party has warned that foreign firms which close down could see their operations nationalized. Read More

4 months ago·Canada
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OAN

Nestle, tobacco groups, gamemaker Sony join move away from Russia

(Reuters) - Nestle, Philip Morris and video gamemaker Sony joined the list of multinationals stepping back from Russia on Wednesday as pressure mounts from consumers in the West to take a stand

4 months ago·San Diego, United States
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4 months ago·Q C, Philippines
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