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Russian exchanges


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Russian exchanges

Siberian Stock Exchange (Russia)

Moscow Central Stock Exchange (Russia)

St Petersburg Stock Exchange (Russia)

Exchange of Notes between Greece and Russia respecting Administration of Estates, 13 December 1905

Exchange of Declarations between Russia and Sweden-Norway relative to Exchange of Properties, signed at St. Petersburg, 21 May/23 May (4 June) 1874

Exchange of Notes between Russia and Sweden-Norway respecting the Surrender of Vagrants and Criminals, signed at St. Petersburg, 17(29) December 1852

Exchange of Notes between Great Britain and Russia relative to Scientific Expeditions to Tibet, signed at St. Petersburg, 23 September 1910/9 January 1911

Exchange of Notes between the Netherlands and Russia respecting Tonnage Certificates, signed at St. Petersburg, 17 October 1910

Exchange of Notes between the Netherlands and Russia relative to Tonnage Certificates, signed at St. Petersburg, 13 April 1911

Exchange of Declarations relative to telegraphs, between Sweden-Norway and Russia, signed at St. Petersburg/Stockholm, 1/30 December 1865

Exchange of Declarations between Russia and Sweden-Norway relative to Postal Services with Finland, signed at St. Petersburg, 6(18) September 1872

Conditions for the Exchange of Prisoners agreed between France and Great Britain, and Russia, signed 13 August 1855

Exchange of Notes between Sardinia and Russia relative to Exemption from City Taxes, signed at St. Petersburg, 7/28 October 1858

Exchange of Declarations between Belgium and Russia for the Reciprocal Recognition of Tonnage Certificates, signed at Brussels, 31 May 1884

Exchange of Declarations between France and Russia respecting Tonnage Measurement, signed at St. Petersburg, 29 April (11 May) 1883

Exchange of Notes between Russia and Turkey for the Reciprocal Rendition of Criminals, signed at Constantinople, 16 December 1879/8 May 1880

Exchange of Notes between Germany and Russia relative to the Repatriation of Vagabonds etc., signed at St. Petersburg, 19(31) August 1872

Exchange of Notes between Germany and Russia respecting the Reciprocal Protection of Trade Marks in China, signed at Peking, 1 February 1907

 

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Following the introduction of a market economy in the former Soviet Union, a number of different exchanges have been set up in Russia, notably in Moscow, but also in St ...

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