Companies Leaving Russia

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Sanctions against Russia go beyond what the US government has imposed. Here is a list of companies that are also taking action.

A growing number of businesses have announced they are halting sales of goods and services in Russia as Russia’s war on Ukraine continues. Numerous items, such as video games, iPhones, and the PS5, will become more difficult to obtain as a result.

Companies have also reacted in other ways, such as by eradicating false information and lowering the online visibility of state-owned media outlets like RT News and Sputnik News, which are owned by the Russian government. Twitter and Google have stopped running ads in Russia.

The invasion of Ukraine by Russia began on February 24 as tensions grew. Economic sanctions have been imposed on Russia by the US, EU, and the UK, some of which are specifically directed at Russian President Vladimir Putin.

In 1991, Ukraine, which had spent a large portion of the 20th century as a Soviet satellite, proclaimed its independence. Since then, the nation has been forging closer ties with the US and Western Europe.

Here are some examples of tech, entertainment, and financial companies that have discontinued their operations in Russia:

Companies Leaving Russia

Here top ten companies that are leaving Russia:

  • DJI
  • Disney
  • Bumble
  • Brainly
  • BMW, Ford, GM, Honda
  • AWS
  • Apple
  • Amazon
  • Airbnb
  • Adobe
Source: Vimbuzz.com

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