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The Russian government has a plan to improve collection society transparency and efficiency.


  • New amendments have been adopted in Russia, aimed at making the royalty collection sector more transparent and efficient.

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  • The research note details the new plan by the Russian government to transform the system of rights collections in the country.
  • The note assesses the new amendments to the Russian Civil Code, which should increase transparency and efficiency in Russian royalty collections.

Key questions answered

  • Why has the Russian government involved itself with royalty collections in the country?
  • What do the new amendments to the Civil Code propose?

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  • Summary
  • What to do with the Russian rights-collection system
  • Amendments to the Civil Code
  • An opportunity to improve transparency


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