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Russian investments in France doubled, technologies in priority

An amount of Russian investment projects in France has doubles over the period of the last six years, the head of Business France national agency, Muriel Pénicaud, announced

Apr 20, 2017
"The number of Russian investment projects has doubles for six years. Especially, this concerns investments in technologies," Muriel Pénicaud said over the course of her appearance in French embassy in Moscow.

"France is open to Russian companies, over 80 projects have been realized and this is a good dynamic," the head of Business France said. As a reference, the agency is engaged in international promotion of business projects. Thus, in early February, Russian venture fund Runa Ñapital declared it intention to invest more than $1 million in French start-up Keymetrics specialized in the development of software applications for corporate clients.