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Yukos case cannot hamper the Russian-U.S. talks on Russia's accession to the World Trade Organization
The Yukos case cannot hamper the Russian-U.S. talks on Russia's accession to the World Trade Organization, President and CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Thomas J. Donohue said in Moscow on Thursday. The case of a single company cannot hamper the talks, we have many other topics to discuss, for instance, the problems of intellectual property, taxation and migration, Mr. Donohue said. No matter who wins the presidential elections, John Kerry or George Bush, Russia will always be on the list of the U.S. strategic interests, Mr. Donohue stressed. According to him, this is explained by Russian-U.S. active anti-terrorism cooperation, active development of economic relations and geopolitical interests of the country. Assessing Russian-U.S. relations, and in the economic sphere particularly, the President of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce pointed out progress in these relations. Therefore, we support Russia's accession to the WTO, he said
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