Russia Company

Russia Company:

see Muscovy CompanyMuscovy Company
or Russia Company,
first major English joint-stock trading company. It began in 1553 as a group supporting exploration of a possible northeast passage to Asia.
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It is important to note that, by the time the real acceleration in scientific activity starts in Enlightened Zeal, the other British chartered trading companies had, with the exception of the Russia Company, already lost their monopolies.
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He said that partnerships represented the best way forward adding: "One of the best ways to begin manufacturing in Russia is through a joint venture, either with a Russia company or another Western company which is already established in the country.
1) This essay concerns the three other major chartered trading companies that survived the reviews of chartered company monopolies following the Glorious Revolution and that continued to operate in the eighteenth century--the Levant Company, the Hudson's Bay Company (HBC), and the Russia Company.
The treaty granted English merchants trading under the auspices of the Russia Company exceptional economic advantages and ensured their rights and privileges in Russia.