Russia invades Ukraine: impact on U.S. businesses

Feb. 28, 2022
Russia’s long-predicted invasion of its eastern neighbor began early on Feb. 24. The following roundup of coverage will be updated as more information becomes available, IndustryWeek reports.

WASHINGTON - Russia attacked Ukraine from multiple fronts early Thursday, sending in troops, tanks, military aircraft, missiles and cyberattacks. U.S. and European governments responded by vowing to strengthen sanctions imposed early in the week as Russia prepared to invade, IndustryWeek reports. Continue reading original article.

The Military & Aerospace Electronics take:

28 Feb. 2022 - Endeavor Business Media owns Industry Week and Military & Aerospace Electronics. Industry Week rounded up stories on how the conflict in Ukraine impacts U.S. based businesses, including the U.S. government's ban on high-tech products to Russia, energy price hikes, sanctions, and cyberattacks among other concerns.

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Jamie Whitney, Associate Editor
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