An interview with Igor Artemiev

Igor Artemiev has headed Russia’s Federal Antimonopoly Service since its establishment in 2004, and is deservedly proud of its progress. He spoke with Charles McConnell about the competition authority’s work attacking monopolies and collusive actors as it stands guard over the liberalisation of the Russian economy – a role that Artemiev says can make him unpopular with other government officials as well as with certain businesses.

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