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Only 70 Businessmen Freed From Jail After Amnesty Enforced
15.08.2013 22:33
Only 70 Businessmen Freed From Jail After Amnesty Enforced
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Only 70 businessmen have so far been freed from jail in accordance with the so called economic amnesty approved by the Russian parliament earlier this year, says

      According to the online news agency, entrepreneurs with short sentences or several months remaining behind bars refuse to use the rights given by the amnesty, fearing they'll be forced to reimburse the damages in full.

      The bill to free up to 10,000 businessmen has been seen as a way to bolster investment confidence and taken effect on July 4, 2013. 

Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: economic amnesty     

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