Tinkoff Bank banned its employees from working outside Armenia, Belarus and Kazakhstan, the cost of software in retail and corporate sales increased by 10% to 40% and other news on November 28.

Tinkoff ban on working abroad, software price increase up to 40%: the main thing on November 28


  • The cost of software in retail and corporate sales increased by 10% to 40%. The most expensive software right now is designers and development tools.
  • Vladimir Putin approved the transfer of Russian assets from the American company Caterpillar, which produces construction equipment, to PSK-New Solutions LLC, RBC reported.
  • Tinkoff Bank has prohibited its employees from working outside Armenia, Belarus and Kazakhstan. The old conditions will no longer apply in 2024.
  • MTS is looking for a partner to contribute 50% of the capital of Irtea LLC, owned by the operator. This legal entity develops communication base stations, writes Kommersant.
  • The Ministry of Digital Development will allocate approximately 25.2 billion rubles for the development of state cybersecurity systems “Multiscanner”, “Anti-Phishing”, “Antifraud” and others until 2030.


  • The share of new passenger cars imported into Russia by legal entities through parallel imports in dealers’ assortment during 2023 amounted to no more than a third of the total supply, dealers told Vedomosti.
  • Car sharing “Citydrive” has increased its car fleet by 40% since the beginning of 2023, up to 15 thousand cars, writes TASS.


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