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These Companies Have Parted Ways With Russia Amidst War With Ukraine!

by Victoria Marian Belmis / Mar 10, 2022 11:02 AM EST
Russian President Vladimir Putin

Russia's war with Ukraine has almost lasted more than two weeks and at present, over 100 companies from across almost every industry have cut their business ties with Russia. Some have even scaled them back in huge ways. 

READ: U.S. Oil Prices At An All-Time High At $109 Per Barrel Due To Russian & Ukrainian War!

Either it was required by sanctions from certain nations or by a matter of choice, the actions of some companies include suspending their work in Russia. This means that they have cut ties with Russian clients, shut down online and in-person sales to Russia, and ended financial transactions. 

This will take a huge toll towards Russia's economy and its people are also showing signs of distaste towards the war.

READ: European Union Faces Massive Refugee Crisis Again Due To Russia's Invasion of Ukraine

Among the hundreds of companies who have parted ways with Russia, here are those belonging in the professional services, automotive, aviation, food and beverage, and media and entertainment industry:

Professional Services companies

Accenture 

Boston Consulting Group

Deloitte

Ernst & Young

KPMG

Automotive companies

Aston Martin

Daimler Truck

Ferrari

Ford

General Motors

Harley-Davidson

Honda

Jaguar Land Rover

Mercedes-Benz

Nissan

Toyota

Volkswagen

Volvo

Aviation companies

Airbus

Alaska Airlines

American Airlines

Boeing

Delta Air Lines

United Airlines  

Food and beverage companies

Coca-Cola

Heineken

Kellogg

Kraft Heinz

McDonald's

Papa John's

PepsiCo

Starbucks

Yum! Brands 

Media and Entertainment companies

Activision Blizzard

Netflix

Nintendo

Paramount Pictures

Roku

Sony Interactive Entertainment

Sony Pictures Entertainment 

Universal Pictures

The Walt Disney Co. 

WarnerMedia

 WWE

READ: Hacker Group 'Anonymous' Declares Cyberwar With Russia

It seems like for as long as Russia continues its war with Ukraine, more and more sanctions will be imposed on the country, and this could possibly mean that more companies will further pull-out from the country.

Stay tuned for more news and updates regarding the war between Russia and Ukraine.

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