# Doing Business in Russia. Котова К.П - 9 стр.

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3) Beggars, refugees and bums were hit by an inflation rate of 10.000 per cent
and more. 4) The dynamics of highly differentiated inflation will be figured out
by the economists.
VIII.
Speak on the real indicators and rate of inflation in Russia: a) Give exam-
ples to support your ideas about ways of decreasing inflation; b) What
would you do to bring down the inflation rate in Russia?
UNIT 3
I. Find in a dictionary the meaning of the following words and collocations
and their transcriptions:
1) general physics; 2) to leave temporally or for good; 3) to try ones luck
abroad; 4) to do moonlighting; 5) to have a fluent command of a foreign lan-
guage; 6) to do jobs unrelated to science; 7) abiding sense of insecurity.
II. Do you think youll be able to find job at the Russian labour market or
would you like to work abroad? Why?
III. Read through the text.
Brain Drain
A poll was recently conducted among physicists doing fun-
damental research in the leading scientific centers of Russia,
such as the Institute of General Physics for the Russian
Academy of Sciences, the Ioffe Physical Engineering Insti-
tute (St. Petersburg), the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics
(Siberian Department of the RAS), the Kurchatov Institute,
the Physics Department of Moscow University, and other
such centers. A total of 774 respondents were polled.
As is known, physicists have been emigrating en masse for quite some
time now. Academician Andreyev believes that about 40 percent of all high-
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3) Beggars, refugees and bums were hit by an inflation rate of 10.000 per cent
and more. 4) The dynamics of highly differentiated inflation will be figured out
by the economists.
VIII. Speak on the real indicators and rate of inflation in Russia: a) Give exam-
ples to support your ideas about ways of decreasing inflation; b) What
would you do to bring down the inflation rate in Russia?

UNIT 3
I.    Find in a dictionary the meaning of the following words and collocations
and their transcriptions:
1) general physics; 2) to leave temporally or for good; 3) to try one’s luck
abroad; 4) to do moonlighting; 5) to have a fluent command of a foreign lan-
guage; 6) to do jobs unrelated to science; 7) abiding sense of insecurity.
II.   Do you think you’ll be able to find job at the Russian labour market or
would you like to work abroad? Why?
III. Read through the text.
Brain Drain
A poll was recently conducted among physicists doing fun-
damental research in the leading scientific centers of Russia,
such as the Institute of General Physics for the Russian
Academy of Sciences, the Ioffe Physical Engineering Insti-
tute (St. Petersburg), the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics
(Siberian Department of the RAS), the Kurchatov Institute,
the Physics Department of Moscow University, and other
such centers. A total of 774 respondents were polled.
As is known, physicists have been emigrating en masse for quite some
time now. Academician Andreyev believes that about 40 percent of all high-