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MoneyTree: Venture Capital Market Navigator is a new report published by PwC Centre for Technology and Innovation and Russian Venture Company (RVC). The report looks at the venture capital investments into information technologies, biotechnology and industrial technologies in 2014 in Russia.
MoneyTree: Venture Capital Market Navigator is a new report published by PwC Centre for Technology and Innovation and Russian Venture Company (RVC). The report looks at the venture capital investments into information technologies, biotechnology and industrial technologies in 2013 in Russia.
During the first three quarters of 2013 the overall volume of venture investments in Russia's biotechnology, industrial technology and information technology (IT) sectors came to USD 551 million
The third review from the MoneyTreeTM Russia series prepared by PwC’s Center for Technology and Innovation (PwC CTI) and RVC analyses venture investments in Russia in 2012.
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According to the report, the IT sector retains a leading position in terms of venture capital investment: for the three quarters of 2012, their volume reached USD 485 million, which is 2.5 times more than for the same period of 2011.
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