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Jonathan A. Grant. Big Business in Russia: The Putilov Company in Late Imperial Russia. (Pitt Series in Russian and East European Studies.) Pittsburgh, Pa.: University of Pittsburgh Press. 1999. Pp. viii, 203. $45.00

Convention between Belgium and Russia relative to Joint Stock Companies, signed 18(30) November/20 December 1865

Declarations between Italy and Russia regarding Joint Stock Companies, signed at St. Petersburg, 27 October (8 November) 1866

Declaration between Austria and Russia relative to Joint Stock Companies, signed 4(16)/16(28) January 1867

Declaration between Russia and Switzerland relative to the Position of Joint Stock Companies etc., signed at Berne, 19 October 1903

Agreement between Russia and the United States respecting the Position of Joint Stock Companies etc., signed at St. Petersburg, 25 June 1904

Agreement between Great Britain and Russia respecting Joint Stock etc. Companies, signed at St. Petersburg, 29 December 1904

Declaration between Germany and Russia respecting Joint Stock Companies, signed at St. Petersburg, 18(30) July 1885

Convention between the Netherlands and Russia for the Reciprocal Recognition of Joint Stock Companies, signed at St. Petersburg, 29 September 1911

Agreement between Japan and Russia for the Reciprocal Recognition of Incorporated Companies etc., signed at Tokio, 23 June 1911

Agreement between Russia and Sweden relative to the reciprocal Recognition of Joint Stock Companies, signed at St. Petersburg, 29 May 1915

 

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The pioneers of a North‐East Passage to Russia were rewarded by the English government in 1555 with a trading charter with exclusive rights. The tsar also granted them special privileges. The charter was confirmed by an Act of 1566. Fur and timber were imported, cloth exported.

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