C.I.S. environmental rules growing tougher

Environmental rules in the former Soviet Union are getting more stringent for foreign groups trying to strike oil and gas deals. Growing green awareness among grassroots groups in the Commonwealth of Independent States (C.I.S.) and high expectations of western wealth and environmental expertise are among several factors fueling the trend. C.I.S. environmental requirements are mounting for foreign companies, even though member countries are relatively lenient when applying rules to domestic

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