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About local films: an interview with the head of the regional company BaikalCinema

Today not every viewer in Russia, or even a film critic, is familiar with films produced by local companies. Meanwhile, such content is winning awards even at international festivals.

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Science and innovation for human health: an interview with BIOCAD to celebrate the company's 20th anniversary

Biotechnology company BIOCAD (participant of the Made in Russia project) has become one of the leading manufacturers of the vaccine against the covid-19 pandemic, which has been fought for about two years all over the world.

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"A year and a half without earnings": interview with the head of Umma Tour about working in a pandemic

The pandemic year dealt a severe blow to the travel industry, and while today travelers generally have no difficulties traveling within the country, the question remains open with overseas holidays.

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Echpochmaki like Granny's: an interview with the co-founder of the Tatar restaurant chain "Tyubetei

The Made in Russia editorial board talked to the young entrepreneur and found out what the secret of the brand's success is, its prospects for investors and plans for scaling up Tyubetey in Russia.

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First Muslim Marketplace presented in Kazan: interview with its founder

The world's first global marketplace of Muslim products All Islam was presented at the summit "Russia - Islamic World: KazanSummit - 2021". The philosophy of the virtual platform is that the products demanded by Muslims are more accessible, and they can be purchased in a convenient format online and in a single location.

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Head of AgroKhimProm Group: pesticide law will reduce market-damaging dumping

At the end of June, Russia signed a breakthrough law for the market of agrochemicals and pesticides: since 2011, the country stopped monitoring the turnover of products, which led to filling the market with counterfeit products from foreign countries. The share of counterfeit products was 30%, which led not only to mass death of bees, but also became a direct threat to human health.