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At the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine KSE Institute launched an analytical project, which was named “SelfSanctions”, aimed to collect data on foreign companies operating in the Russian market and limiting or terminating their activities.

 

Examination of data was conducted jointly with specialists from the Ministry of Economy, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine.
We are grateful to Yale’s School of Management which database is used to fulfill the KSE database. Please see the database of Yale’s School of Management HERE.

 

The database contains a lot of information:
• We collect daily statistics on changes in the status of foreign companies operating/operated in the Russian market and limiting or terminating their activities.
• We created the Telegram bot https://t.me/exit_ru_bot for tracking/monitoring of news on priority foreign companies (coverage 1, 2, 3 or 7 days of monitoring).
• We do regular analysis of changes in share prices and capitalization of parent groups of companies that have or have had business in Russia.

 

KSE database is partly based on the Yale’s School of Management database, the University of St.Gallen latest Paper, epravda.com.ua, squeezingputin.com, https://bloody.energy/ and leave-russia.org websites and other open sources. Data is verified and KSE status is assigned. Data on stocks is taken from Google and Yahoo Finance. At the same time, the KSE database is more complete and comprehensive and contains much more information than most other similar databases, as it also includes data on number of staff, revenue, capital and other financial indicators, the latest updates and changes in statuses, links to used sources, and daily updates from the telegram-bot etc.

 

KSE Institute and Leave Russia project are the part of B4Ukraine Coalition since mid-2022.

 

KSE Institute is glad to announce that we have finalised merging with project leave-russia.org which was developed by a team of volunteers.

 

Also, we developed a barcode scanner, which is available here: https://leaverussia.kse.ua/ (only for mobile devices!) or in our Telegram bot https://t.me/exit_ru_bot. It allows you to find any brand or company that is operating in Russia just by scanning barcodes.

In July, 2022 KSE Institute announced the launch of the Leave Russia project’s main website leave-russia.org, which was developed, launched and filled with a team of volunteers and transferred to the KSE Institute for free. The website has a unique and currently the largest database with over 3500+ top companies and world-famous brands that have closed their business in Russia or continue to work in this market.

Add a new company via form. After checking the information by our analysts, it will be added to the general database.

RESEARCHES
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IMPACT OF FOREIGN COMPANIES SELF-SANCTIONING ON RF ECONOMY

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. July 3, 2024

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 2 085 (-90 per month)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 344 (+113 per month)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 409 (+13 per month)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. June 3, 2024

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 2 175 (0 per month)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 231 (+8 per month)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 396 (+9 per month)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. May 6, 2024

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 2 175 (+5 per month)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 223 (+12 per month)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 387 (+9 per month)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. April 1, 2024

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 2 170 (+19 per month)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 211 (-4 per month)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 378 (+6 per month)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. March 3, 2024

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 2 151 (+13 per month and +544 moves with status “wait”)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 0 (-544 per month, moved to status stay)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 215 (+5 per month)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 372 (+16 per month)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. February 5, 2024

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 594 (+18 per month)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 544 (-3 per month)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 210 (+4 per month)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 356 (+8 per month)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. January 8, 2024

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 576 (+3 per 3 weeks)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 547 (0 per 3 weeks)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 206 (-26 per 3 weeks)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 348 (+44 per 3 weeks)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. December 18, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 573 (+10 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 547 (0 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 232 (+5 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 304 (+2 per 2 weeks)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. December 4, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 563 (+12 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 547 (-1 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 227 (+6 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 302 (+5 per 2 weeks)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. November 20, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 551 (+48 per 3 weeks)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 548 (-4 per 3 weeks)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 221 (+6 per 3 weeks)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 297 (+1 per 1 weeks)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. November 1, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 503 (+25 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 552 (+4 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 215 (-6 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 296 (+4 per 2 weeks)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. October 16, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 478 (+30 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 548 (+13 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 221 (-4 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 288 (+4 per 2 weeks)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. October 1, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 448 (+38 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 535 (+2 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 225 (0 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 284 (+9 per 2 weeks)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. September 18, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 410 (+26 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 532 (+8 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 225 (-1 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 275 (+2 per 2 weeks)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. September 4, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 384 (+7 per 3 weeks)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 524 (+5 per 3 weeks)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 226 (+3 per 3 weeks)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 273 (+8 per 3 weeks)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. August 13, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 377 (+11 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 519 (+4 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 223 (+4 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 265 (+3 per 2 weeks)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. July 31, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 366 (-1 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 515 (-2 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 219 (+25 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 262 (+7 per 2 weeks)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. July 16, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 367 (+15 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 517 (-2 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 194 (+3 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 255 (+1 per 2 weeks)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. July 2, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 352 (+16 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 519 (+18 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 191 (-2 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 254 (+13 per 2 weeks)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. June 19, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 336 (0 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 511 (+13 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 193 (-1 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 241 (0 per 2 weeks)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. June 5, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 336 (+60 per 3 weeks)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 498 (-10 per 3 weeks)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 194 (-3 per 3 weeks)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 241 (+8 per 3 weeks)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. May 15, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 276 (+36 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 508 (-1 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 197 (-6 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 233 (0 per 2 weeks)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. May 1, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 240 (-2 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 509 (+1 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 203 (-9 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 233 (+20 per 2 weeks)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. April 16, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 242 (+11 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 508 (+1 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 212 (0 per 2 weeks)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 213 (+2 per 2 weeks)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. April 2, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 231 (+6 per month)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 507 (+5 per month)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 212 (+15 per month)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 211 (+10 per month)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. March 6, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 225 (+2 per month)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 502 (+8 per month)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 197 (+39 per month)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 201 (+18 per month)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. February 12, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 223 (+3 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 496 (+2 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 169 (+11 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 191 (+8 per week)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. February 5, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 220 (+2 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 494 (+3 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 158 (-1 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 183 (+4 per week; +25 per month)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. January 29, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 218 (+15 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 491 (+2 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 159 (+3 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 179 (+2 per week)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. January 22, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 203 (+1 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 489 (-4 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 156 (-7 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 177 (+17 per week)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. January 15, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 202 (0 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 493 (+2 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 163 (+2 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 160 (+2 per week)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. January 8, 2023

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 202 (-2 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 491 (+1 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 161 (-6 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 158 (+11 per week, +16 per month)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. December 31, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 204 (+3 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 490 (-5 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 167 (+3 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 147 (+3 per week)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. December 25, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 201 (0 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 495 (-6 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 164 (+8 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 144 (0 per week)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. December 18, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 201 (+10 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 501 (+2 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 156 (+6 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 144 (+1 per week)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. December 11, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 191 (+6 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 499 (-2 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 150 (+4 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 143 (+1 per week)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. December 4, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 185 (-6 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 501 (0 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 146 (+2 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 142(+6 per week, +10 per 2 months)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. November 27, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 191 (+2 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 501 (0 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 144 (0 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 136(+1 per week)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. November 20, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 189 (+4 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 501 (-2 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 144 (0 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 135(+2 per week)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. November 13, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 185 (-2 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 503 (+5 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 144 (+4 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 133(0 per week)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. November 6, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 187 (-2 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 498 (0 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 140 (+1 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 133(+1 per week)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. October 31, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 189 (-3 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 498 (+2 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 139 (-1 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 132(+5 per week)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. October 23, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 192 (+1 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 496 (+2 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 140 (+9 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 127 (+1 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. October 16, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 191 (+22 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 494 (-3 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 131 (+16 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 126 (0 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. October 9, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 169 (+15 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 497 (-4 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 115 (-4 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 126 (+12 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. October 2, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 154 (+13 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 501 (+8 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 119 (-3 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 114 (0 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. September 25, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 141 (-2 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 493 (-1 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 118 (+4 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 114 (+2 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. September 18, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 143 (-1 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 494 (+1 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 118 (-5 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 112 (+7 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. September 11, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 144 (-21 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 493 (-4 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 123 (-20 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 105 (+55 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. September 4, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 165 (+21 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 497 (0 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 143 (+1 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 50 (0 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. August 28, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 1 144 (+395 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 497 (+19 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 142 (+11 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 50 (+2 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. August 21, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 749 (+2 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 478 (+1 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 131 (+5 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 48 (+2 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. August 14, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 747 (-7 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 477 (+4 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 126 (+4 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 46 (0 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. August 07, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 754 (+4 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 473 (+3 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 122 (-5 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 46 (+3 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. July 31, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 750 (+43 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 470 (+1 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 127 (-3 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 43 (+4 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. July 24, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 707 (-3 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 469 (-2 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 130 (-27 per week)

Number of the companies that completed withdrawal from Russia (KSE’s status “exited”) – 39 (new category)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. July 17, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 710 (+1 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 471 (+2 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 157 (0 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. July 10, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 709 (+4 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 469 (+5 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 157 (+2 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. July 03, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 705 (+33 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 464 (0 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 155 (+64 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. June 26, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 672 (-5 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 464 (+7 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 091 (-1 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. June 19, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 677 (+2 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 457 (0 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 092 (+3 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. June 12, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 675 (-1 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 457 (+7 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 089 (+2 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. June 5, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 676 (+86 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 450 (+12 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 087 (+50 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. May 29, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 590 (+8 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 438 (+8 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 037 (+4 per week)

 

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. May 22, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 582 (+2 per week)

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (KSE’s status «wait») – 430 (+8 per week)

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 033 (+16 per week)

Impact of SelfSanctions on RF economy. May 13, 2022

Number of the companies that continue Russian operations (KSE’s status «stay») – 580

Number of the companies that have reduced current operations and hold off new Investments (status «wait») – 422

Number of the companies that have curtailed Russian operations (KSE’s status «leave») – 1 017

KSE status “leave – companies that have published on the company’s official website (or their release has appeared in a foreign publication such as FT, NYT, etc.) that are completely shutting down in Russia 32red sports bettingor companies that have officially announced that they are temporarily reducing operations in Russia; 

KSE status “wait – companies that have published on the company’s official website (or their release has appeared in a foreign publication such as FT, NYT, etc.) that they are reducing only part of their business operations by continuing to work on other operations 32red sports bettingor companies that have reported delaying future investment / development / marketing, while continuing their core business; (On February 24, 2024 KSE status “wait” was merged with status “stay)

KSE status “stay – companies that ignore exit / downsizing requirements in Russia, as well as companies that have officially stated that they remain in Russia or news of their exit have not been found.

KSE status exited – Companies that sold its business/assets or its part of the business to a local partner and leaved the market based on data from the Uniform State Register of Legal Entities in Russia