(Continued from page 1) How about the effect of the Crimea conflict on your consumers in Russia? My personal opinion is that of course the Crimea factor brings some nervousness to the Russian people, but also joy, correcting a mistake made by [former Soviet leader Nikita] Khrushchev in the 1950s [transferring the territory from Russia to Ukraine]. There is a lot of happiness for regaining Crimea, but also some sadness because it came at the cost of damaging the relationship with ...

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