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Full list of companies that suspended their Russian operations

Russia is facing a full blown Economic and Corporate war induced by Ukraine sympathisers, with scores of entities preparing to exit Russian mainland.

As Russia finds itself diplomatically isolated from the West led by US and Eurozone countries, sanctions have already seen devastating impacts with Rouble having a free fall and the Russian stock market falling into a bloodbath. The severe sanctions include barring Russian aircraft from flying over the Eurozone, de-platforming major financial institutions from the SWIFT platform, freezing of foreign assets of central bank. But it is not only the Russians that have taken a hit, energy and commodity prices have risen sharply across the globe.

Many international corporations too have lined up to exit the Russian market as a mark of protest against the Russian aggression in Ukraine. Till date more than 100 foreign companies have announced that they will exit Russia for good or at least stop functioning for the short term.

These entities include behemoths from the energy sector like Exxon, BP, Equinor, Shell, Total, ENI to automobile majors like Harley-Davidson, Daimler Truck, Volvo, Mercedes Benz, Toyota, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Honda.

Here is an exhaustive list of major companies that have suspended their operations in Russia in the aftermath of its war against Ukraine.

Full list below:

Basis Technologies Bolt ByteDance (TikTok owner)
Chanel CMA CGM DuckDuckGo
IKEA Mango Mediterranean Shipping Company S.A (MSC)
Nokian Tyres Reddit Samsung
Scania WebMoney YIT
ABB Ltd AB Volvo Accenture
Adidas Adobe Advanced Micro Devices
AerCap Airbnb Airbus
Alphabet American Express
ASOS Aston Martin Atlassian Corporation
AT&T Autodesk Bank of China
BMW Boeing Boohoo Group
BP Canada Goose Carlsberg
Cisco Systems Comcast CRH PLC
Daimler Truck Dell Technologies Deutsche Post AG (DHL)
Electrolux AB Electronic Arts Eni
Equinor ASA Ericsson Expedia
Exxon Mobil FedEx Ford Motor
Fortum General Motors GoDaddy
Harley-Davidson Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) Hermès International
Honda Motor HSBC Holdings Industria de Diseño Textil (Zara, Bershka, Massimo Dutti)
ING Groep Intel Corporation LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton
Maersk Mastercard Mazda
Mercedes-Benz Group Meta Platforms Inc Netflix Inc
Nike Inc Nintendo Nokia
Nordea Bank Norsk Hydro Nvidia
OMV Aktiengesellschaft Oracle Ørsted
Paramount Global PayPal Holdings Puma
Renault Roku SAP
Sandvik Siemens Siemens Energy AG
Snap Sony Spotify
Suzuki Motor Swatch Group Taiwan Semiconductor
Tata Motors (Land Rover, Jaguar) TJX Toyota Motor
Twitter Uber Technologies Under Armor
United Parcel Service Visa Volkswagen
Walt Disney WPP

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