World Cup victory will trigger commodity infrastructure improvements in Russia, say analysts

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Russia's successful bid to host the football World Cup in 2018 is likely to lead to increased investment in physical commodity infrastructure, reducing the risk of supply failures in the country, say analysts.

Steel and cement companies will be among those to benefit from an expected increase in investment in Russia following the decision to award the country the World Cup yesterday, predict analysts. This new money will allow commodity companies to invest in key infrastructure, reducing the

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