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Siemens wins multibillion dollar Russian business

7/16/2010 10:03 AM EDT
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KB3001   7/18/2010 6:21:34 PM
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I wonder if you could give us more information about Skolkovo, especially the links between academia, financiers, and entrepreneurs? Also, how open is it to foreign entrepreneurs and financiers?

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nicolas.mokhoff   7/16/2010 1:21:19 PM
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This is a good step for Siemens in Russia. Providing renewable energy in that part of the world will help in making all less dependent on fossil fuels. Making deals with semi-private companies in Russia takes a lot of patience but can pay off in the long run. Skolkovo is the latest attempt to establish hi-tech entrepreneurship and provide for innovation and it's good to see execs like Gordon Moore and Cisco's John Chambers place their trust in it.

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