Both the government and independent investors have been ramping up industrial production and fostering small enterprises, and those initiatives have changed the job landscape in recent months, headhunters told The Moscow Times.
The sun had set on the business incubator in Moscow's Strogino Technopark, leaving part of Sergei Nersesov's one-room office in darkness. He continued working in the other part, which was lit by futuristic lighting fixtures that his company, Illuminex, is producing.
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