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Rio Tinto, McDonalds and EY are all part of a growing list of companies cutting ties with Russia. Yale Professor Jeffrey Sonnenfeld explains why he started publishing a list of the multinationals exiting the country, and makes clear what businesses can expect if they stay.

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