Competition and monopoly in St. Petersburg.From Empire to the present day

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Competition and monopoly in St. Petersburg.From Empire to the present day: [electronic exhibition] / Presidential Library, [Exhibition Department], the Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia;Compilers: Marina Rudolfovna Nerinovskaya, Head of FAS press service of St. Petersburg, Olga Golovin, a researcher at the exhibition department of the Presidential Library;Design: Designer Category 1 Maria Vladimirovna Marevskaya.- Electronic data (53 files, JPEG: 65,7 MB).-Sankt Petersburg: St. Petersburg OFAS Russia: Presidential Library, 2019. -Access: Internet portal of the Presidential Library.The exhibition is dedicated to the 15th anniversary of the Federal Antimonopoly Service.users copying is not allowed.in the Presidential Library held the grand opening of the multimedia exhibition "Competition and Monopoly in St. Petersburg. From Empire to the present day", marking the 15th anniversary of the Federal Antimonopoly Service of March 15, 2019.The materials of the exhibition include the documents on the history of antitrust regulation in Russia, as well as materials about the contemporary activities of the Federal Antimonopoly Service and its territorial bodies - St. Petersburg OFAS Russia.More information about the exhibition is available on the website of the Presidential Library in the section "News": The exhibition "Competition and Monopoly in St. Petersburg From Empire to the present day." - the Presidential Library .I. Nerinovskaya Marina Rudolfovna.II.Golovin, Olga.III.The Russian Federation.The Federal Antimonopoly Service.IV.The Russian Federation.The Federal Antimonopoly Service.in St. Petersburg administration.V. Presidential Library (St. Petersburg) .1.The Russian Federation.The Federal Antimonopoly Service - Exhibitions.2. The people (set).3. Antitrust - History - Russia - Exhibitions.BBK 65.290.32 (2Ros) ya61electronic copy Source: PB
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