Corporate responses to the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine

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The first round of sanctions was applied in March 2014, after the Russian annexation of Crimea and its support for the War in Donbas listed in List of companies that applied sanctions during the Russo-Ukrainian War.

As of March 15, 2022 the list contains 350 companies. As of March 18, Yale School of Management reports over 400 companies that have withdrawn from Russia.[1]

Company Industry Country Suspended operations Remaining operations in Russia
3M Conglomerate  USA suspending all of its business operations in Russia, where it operates at least one factory.[2][3]
Accenture Consulting  Ireland closing business in Russia[1]
Accor Hospitality  France halted all services to hotels whose owners are under U.S. or European sanctions[4] as well abandoned expansion plans in Russia[5] Accor has more than 50 hotels in Russia and continues to operate in the country in support of its 3,500 employees[6]
Activision Blizzard Video game  USA Suspended "new sales of and in our game"[7]
Advanced Micro Devices Semiconductor company  USA Chip sales to Russia[8]
Adidas Clothing  Germany Suspended partnership with Russian Football Union[9] Temporarily closing its stores and e-commerce operations in Russia.[10]
AerCap Aircraft leasing  Ireland cease lending to Russians[1]
airBaltic Airline  Latvia Cancelled all flights to and from Russia until further notice[11]
Airbnb Online marketplace  USA Suspended all operations in Russia and Belarus[12]Offered free, short-term housing to up to 100,000 refugees fleeing Ukraine[13]
Airbus Aerospace manufacturer  Netherlands Stopped providing support services to Russian Airlines[14] Continues to purchase titanium form Russian Federation[15]
Air France - KLM Airline  France Stopped flights to Russia[16]
Alaska Airlines Airline  USA suspend Russian partnerships[1]
Alcoa Metals  USA Suspended all business with Russia[17]
Allianz Financial services  Germany curtail Russian access to capital markets[1]
Alstom Rail transport manufacturer  France Suspended all deliveries to Russia and any future investment in Russia.[18]
Amadeus IT Group Software  Spain Distribution service with Russia's Aeroflot and new planned commercial projects in Russia[19]
Amazon Internet  USA Amazon’s cloud computing business, Amazon Web Services (AWS), is no longer accepting new customers based in Russia or Belarus. "Unlike some other US technology providers, Amazon and AWS have no data centres, infrastructure or offices in Russia, and we have a longstanding policy of not doing business with the Russian government"[20] Ukraine’s vice prime minister, Mykhailo Fedorov, had appealed to Amazon executive chair Jeff Bezos to suspend the provision of all AWS services in Russia. AWS is not fully suspended in Russia.[21][22]
American Airlines Airlines  USA Severed all ties with Aeroflot and S7 Airlines and suspended interline agreements.[23]
American Express Payment card services  USA Suspended all operations in Russia and Belarus[24]
AmerisourceBergen Healthcare  USA Operations in the Ukraine are currently suspended

cease any new business initiatives in Russia[25]

AmerisourceBergen has made the decision to provide limited logistical support of pharmaceutical products and of the existing clinical trial programs[25]
Amway Direct selling  USA
Anheuser-Busch Brewing  Belgium halt all shipments to Russia[1]
Apple Inc. Computer hardware and software  USA Halt all product sales[26]
Arconic Industrials  USA Pause New Contracts in Russia[29] Arconic Samara Metallurgical Plant – known as Arconic SMZ – has been in operation since 1960 and is one of Russia’s largest producers of fabricated aluminum.[30]
Asda Retailer  UK remove products from Russia[1]
ASOS Online retailer  UK Retail sales stopped[31]
Assicurazioni Generali insurance  Italy exit Russia completely[1]
Aston Martin Luxury sports cars and grand tourers manufacturer  UK Retail[32]
Asus Electronics  Taiwan Asus stated that its shipments to Russia are at an "effective standstill". Furthermore the company will donate $1.05 million to the Taiwanese relief agency which is in charge of humanitarian donations for Ukraine, it said.[33]
AT&T Telecommunications  USA announced calls between Ukraine and anywhere else in the world would be free of charge[34]
Atlas Copco Industrial equipment  Sweden halt all shipments to Russia[1]
Atlassian Software  Australia Pauses sales in Russia and suspends licenses state-owned or held by companies supporting the war[35]
Auchan Retail  France

Russia has the most Auchan supermarkets and hypermarkets outside France and is estimated to contribute one fifth of yearly group revenues, about € 5bn–6bn.[36] Managers in Russia deny company closing stores.[37]

Autodesk Software  USA Business in Russia[38]
Avid Technology Technology  USA all sales and support for all customers, users and resellers in Russia and Belarus[39]
Bain  USA suspend consulting for all Russian govt entities[1]
Baker McKenzie Law firm   Switzerland suspend services for all Kremlin entities[1]
Balenciaga Luxury fashion  Spain Russian revenue streams[40]
BASF Chemical industry  Germany BASF suspended new activities in Russia and Belarus.[1][41] BASF continues existing activities, in accordance with Western sanctions.[41]
Bayer Chemical industry  Germany CEO stated "Bayer will closely monitor and mitigate these risks to the extent possible".[42] Bayer committed to financially assisting Ukrainian employees with funds and housing. In a statement, CEP Werner Baumann deemed the invasion "a threat to our freedom and democracy, and we at Bayer condemn in the most vigorous way, this Russian attack."[43]
BBC Broadcaster  UK BBC Studios suspended the licensing of programming to Russian customers.[44] The BBC introduced two new shortwave radio frequencies for Russia and Ukraine (15735 kHz and 5875 kHz), in response to Russian state media and censorship.[45]
Bentley Manufacturer and marketer of luxury cars  UK Exports to Russia[46]
Binance Crypto exchange  Cayman Islands Binance says will not accept cards of sanctioned Russian banks[47] CEO resisted calls to curtail operations in Russia[48]
BlackRock Financial services  USA curtail Russian access to capital markets[1]
Bloomberg  USA pull back journalists from Russia[1]
BMW Luxury vehicles and motorcycles  Germany Stopped car production in Russia and halts exports to Russia.[49]
BNP Paribas Banking  France curtail Russian access to capital markets[1]
Boeing Designs, manufactures, and sells aeroplanes, rotorcraft, rockets, satellites, telecommunications equipment, and missiles  USA Suspended parts and maintenance support for Russian airlines as well as its operations in Moscow[50] Suspended purchases of titanium from Russia[51]
Bolt Vehicle for hire, micromobility, car-sharing, and food delivery services  Estonia Ties with Russian companies[52]
Bombardier Aircraft manufacturer  Canada restrict new Russian business[1]
BooHoo Group Online fashion retailer  UK Boohoo Group, which comprises Boohoo, PrettyLittleThing. Burton and Debenhams, has suspended sales in Russia[53]
Booking.com Travel  Netherlands operations in Russia[54]
Bosch Industrials  Germany Bosch closes Ukraine site. Interrupted some of our deliveries to Russia, and are currently not accepting any new orders in our plants there[55] Bosch turnover in Russia estimates at over €1.4 billion[56] Company did not provide any other updates on its operations in Russia
Boston Consulting Group Consulting  USA won't take on any new work in Russia[57] "our contractual obligations, we have already started to wind down work where possible"[57]
BP Oil and gas company  UK Abandoned stake in Russian oil giant Rosneft.[58]
Bridgestone Tyre manufacturer  Japan First Bridgestone plant in Russia to produce 2 mln tires a year[59]

Company has several plants in Russia and hasn't announced any changes for their Russian operations[60]

British American Tobacco Tobacco  UK Suspended all its planned capital investment in the country.[61]

On March 11, 2022 company said it would exit Russia and cut its fiscal 2022 guidance as a result[62]

BAT controls 24% of the Russian tobacco market and has a manufacturing facility in St Petersburg[63] Company said its operations in Russia continue.[63]

Plans to transfers its business in the country to another entity and would continue to pay the salaries of about 2,500 employees in Russia, until the transfer is complete.[64]

British Land Real estate  UK Plans to end lease agreement with Gazprom in central London. Gazprom Marketing & Trading (GM&T) had occupied the top floors of 20 Triton Street in Regent's Park.[65]
Budvar brewing  USA halt all shipments to Russia[1]
Bumble Internet  USA Discontinued operations in Russia and Belarus and removed its applications form the Apple App Store and Google Play Store in Russia and Belarus.[66]
Burberry Retail  UK halt all shipments to Russia[1]
Cadillac Automobile manufacture  USA Business to Russia[67]
Canada Goose clothing  Canada halt all shipments to Russia[1]
Cannes Festival Film festival  France Ban Russian Delegations[68]
Cargill Food and agriculture  USA Scaled back business operations and stopped further investments in Russia.[69] Cargill will continue operations in Russia.
Carlsberg Brewer  Denmark Exports, New Investments Into Russia[70]
Carnival Cruise  USA Along with its parent company Carnival Corporation announced all Russian tours would be cancelled, and that the company would severely limit dealings with Russian business entities.[71]
Cartier Luxury goods  France operations in Russia[72]
CEX.io Cryptocurrency Exchange  UK Registration of users from Russia, Belarus and Ukraine, Suspended all deposit and trading activities of clients from these regions.[73]
Chanel Luxury goods  France sales in Russia[74]
Chevrolet Automobile  USA Vehicle exports to Russia[75]
Chevron Corporation Oil and gas  USA Limited business operations in Russia compared to many other large energy companies[76]
Cisco Technology  USA All business operations[77]
Citigroup Financials  USA operating Russia consumer business on 'more limited basis'[78]
CMA CGM Shiping  France halt all shipments to Russia[1]
The Coca-Cola Company Beverage corporation  USA Suspended business in Russia[79]
Cogent Communications  USA cut all internet to Russia[1]
Coinbase Cryptocurrency exchange platform  USA Blocked 25,000 cryptocurrency wallet addresses related to Russia, believing them to have engaged in illicit activity.[80] Coinbase said that it would "not institute a blanket ban on all Coinbase transactions involving Russian addresses".[81]
Coty Consumer goods  USA Coty did not respond to an AFP request for comment[82]
Coursera Online course provider  USA
  • all content from Russian university and industry partners including courses,
  • further business with Russian institutions across Coursera for Business, Coursera for Government, and Coursera for Campus,
  • the ability for learners in Russia to enroll in paid course experiences,
  • collecting payment from any learners or institutions in Russia,[83]
Credit Suisse Financial services   Switzerland curtail Russian access to capital markets[1] Credit Suisse has had a presence in Russia since 1991 and was the first Western financial institution to be granted a Russian securities license membership[84]

The bank just revealed it has given $1.7 billion to the Russian borrowers[85]

Crunchyroll Anime distributor and licensor  USA
Daimler Truck Commercial vehicle manufacturer  Germany Exports to Russia and production in Russia[87]
Danone Food  France company would "suspend investments in Russia"[88] About 6% of Danone's sales come from Russia and Ukraine, combined. Danone has more than a dozen factories in Russia[88] and continues operations in Russia[89]
Dassault Aviation Aircraft manufacturer  France Falcon deliveries[90]
David Chipperfield Architects Architecture  UK working on their projects in Russia[91]
DB Schenker logistics  Germany halt all shipments to Russia[1]
Deezer Music streaming  France Subscription in Russia[92]
Dell Computer hardware  USA Suspended product sales in Russia[93]
Deloitte Professional services network  UK Separated practices in Russia and Belarus from the global network of member firms as of March 8, 2022. Deloitte Global CEO Punit Renjen said "While we know this is the right decision, it will have an impact on Deloitte's ~3,000 professionals located in Russia and Belarus. We know our colleagues in Russia and Belarus have no voice in the actions of their government. We will support all impacted colleagues during this transition and do all we can to assist them during this extremely difficult time."[94][95]
Delta Air Lines Airlines  USA Suspend agreement with Aeroflot[96]
Dentons Law Multinational suspend services for all Kremlin entities[1]
Deutsche Bank Banking  Germany On March 11, 2022 Deutsche Bank reverses course on Russia, says it is unwinding business[97] Deutsche Bank’s CFO said it is not “practical” to close its Russia business[98]
DHL Logistics  Germany Deliveries to Russia[99]
Diageo Beverage Alcohol  UK halt all shipments to Russia[1]
DirecTV Communications  USA cut Kremlin backed TV networks[1]
Disney Entertainment and media  USA Pause all theatrical releases in Russia[100]
DSV A/S halt all shipments to Russia[1]
DXC Technology Technology  USA exit the Russian market[101]
eBay Internet  USA suspended the delivery of orders to Russia and Ukraine from March 3[102]
Electronic Arts Video games  USA

Halts all product sales in Russia and Belarus[103]

Exclude Russia from FIFA 22 and NHL 22[104]

Eni Energy  Italy Announced that it would withdraw from the Blue Stream gas pipeline linking Russia to Turkey, in which it has a 50% stake.[105]
Equinor Energy  Norway exit joint ventures in Russia[1]
Ericsson Networking and telecommunications  Sweden Suspended deliveries to Russia[106][107]
Ernst & Young Professional services network  UK separating Russia operations[94]
Estée Lauder Consumer Products  USA Initially suspended the company's business investments and initiatives in Russia. On March 7, 2022 company announced they have also decided to suspend all commercial activity in the country, closing every store they own and operate including their brand sites as well as ceasing shipments to any of their retailers in Russia.[108]
Etsy E-commerce  USA Cancelled all balances owed by sellers in Ukraine on its platform, totalling almost $4 million in listing fees[109]
Eurovision Song Contest Europe European Countries Banned Russia from competing[110]
Expedia Online Travel  USA Ceased sales to and from Russia[111]
Exxon Mobil Oil and gas corporation  USA Announced it was pulling out of Sakhalin-I, its only Russian investment, and further announced it would temporarily halt all further investments into the Russian Federation.[112] The company publicly announced it was complying with all sanctions against Russia[112]
EPAM Technology  USA Providing services to customers in Russia[113]
Facebook Networking service  USA Banned the Russian state media channels[114]
Farfetch eCommerce halt all shipments to Russia[1]
Fast Retailing Clothing  Japan Temporarily stop sales at all stores. Brand Uniqlo[115]
Fazer Food industry  Finland Export to Russia[116]
FedEx Transportation  USA Halted all shipments to both Ukraine and Russia upon the invasion[117][118]
Ferrari Manufacturer of sports cars  Italy Suspended businesses with Russia[119]
Ferrero Multinational food manufacturer  Italy Ferrero has been present in the Russian market since 1995[120] Company yet to release a statement[121]
FIFA and UEFA Sport   Worldwide Suspend Russia from international football[122]
Fiskars Consumer goods  Finland Decided to withdraw completely from the Russian market.[123]
Ford Automotive  USA Suspends business in Russia, provides aid to Ukrainians[124]
Formula 1 Sport   Worldwide Prohibition to compete under the flag of Russia[125]
Gazprom-Media Media  Russia
GE  USA halt supply of parts to Aeroflot[1]
General Motors Automotive  USA Suspending its business in Russia[126]
Geodis halt all shipments to Russia[1]
Github Software Worldwide "We are continuing to ensure free open source services are available to all, including developers in Russia"[127]
GitLab Software Worldwide Suspended new business in Russia and Belarus[128]
GlobalFoundries halt all shipments to Russia[1]
Globus Department store   Switzerland Terminated the import and selling of Russian goods
GoDaddy Internet  USA
Goldman Sachs Investment bank  USA all operations in Russia[129]
Google Internet  USA Initiated a widespread blocking of Russian state media sources from advertising on their sites as well as freezing ad revenue for Russian state media YouTube channels[130]

In an effort to prevent Ukrainian armed forces and civilians from being tracked on public platforms, Google also disabled tools in Google Maps relating to live traffic.[131]

Google suspends Play Store billing and YouTube payments in Russia[132]

Some Russian bank customers barred from using Google Pay[133]

Grammarly Software  USA Service in Russia and Belarus[134]
Grant Thornton closing business in Russia[1]
Harley Davidson Motorcycle manufacture  USA Business in Russia[135]
Heineken Lager Beer  Netherlands beer exports and investment projects in Russia[136]
Hewlett-Packard Computer hardware  USA Suspended product shipments to Russia.[137]
Henkel Chemical and consumer goods  Germany Investments in Russia[138]
Herbalife Nutrition products  USA Suspended operations in Russia in all 62 sales centers and stopped shipping products to the country[139][140]
Hermès Luxury goods  France Suspended its activities in Russia[141]
Hilton Hospitality  USA Pausing new Russian projects and investment in response to the war[142] closed its Moscow corporate office and donate any Hilton profits from business operations in Russia to the humanitarian relief efforts for Ukraine[143] 26 hotels in Russia that are all managed or franchised[144]
H&M Clothing  Sweden Temporarily suspending all of its Russian operations[145]
Honda Automotive  Japan Exports of cars and motorcycles to Russia[146]
Hapag-Lloyd Shipping  Germany halt all shipments to Russia[1]
HMM halt all shipments to Russia[1]
Honeywell Conglomerate  USA Suspended business in Russia and Belarus[147]
HSBC Banking  UK curtail Russian access to capital markets[1]
Hyatt Hospitality  USA Pausing new Russian projects and investment in response to the war[148] Hyatt operates five hotels in Russia, but owns none of them[148]
Hyundai Automotive  South Korea Production at its St Petersburg plant in Russia due to the global components shortage and had “nothing to do with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine or Western economic sanctions”[149] Hyundai operates the Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Rus factories in Sestroretsk as well as in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Company did not comment on the matter[150]
IBM Technology  USA all operations in Russia[151]
iHerb Online retail  USA Accepting orders in Russia[152]
IKEA Retail  Sweden Suspended its 17 stores in Russia and halted its sourcing in Russia and Belarus.[153] Ingka Group has taken the decision to pause all IKEA Retail operations in Russia[154] Ingka Group controls 392 IKEA stores across 32 markets[155] 14 MEGA branded shopping centres are located in Russia's 11 largest cities will continue to be open[154]
Inditex Retail  Spain Temporarily suspended its activity in the 502 stores and on the country's online channel[156][157]

Brands: Zara Home, Bershka, Massimo Dutti, Oysho, Pull&Bear, Stradivarius, Uterqüe, Lefties

Intercontinental Exchange curtail Russian access to capital markets[1]
Instagram Social media  USA Demoting posts from Russian state-media[158]
Intel Technology  USA Chip sales to Russia[8]
Imperial Brands Tobacco  UK halted production, sales and marketing of its products in Russia.[159]
J Sainsbury Retail  UK remove products from Russia[1]
Jaguar Land Rover Automotive  UK Deliveries of Russia-bound vehicles[149]
Japan Tobacco Tobacco  Japan suspend 'some' operations in Russia[115] company announced that effective immediately, its subsidiary, JTI, will suspend all new investments and marketing activities[160]

temporarily suspended operations at its plant in Ukraine[161]

Japan Tobacco had a 37% share of the Russian market as of December 2021 and has 4,500 employees across Russia at 70 offices and five factories.[161]
JD Sports Retail  UK suspend operations in Russia[1]
JetBrains software  Czechia suspending sales and R&D activities in Russia[162]
Jooble WEB  Ukraine Operation in Russia and Belarus[163]
JPMorgan Chase Banking  USA curtail Russian access to capital markets[1]
Jysk Retail chain  Denmark Closed their stores in Russia[164][165]
Kellogg's Food  USA Shipments and investments in Russia.[166] Staple foods in Russia.[167]
Kemira Chemicals  Finland Discontinued deliveries to Russia and Belarus, primarily impacting pulp and paper customers in Russia.[168]
Kering Luxury goods  France All product sales across brands Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Gucci, Alexander McQueen, Yves Saint Laurent[169]
Kia Automobile manufacturer  South Korea Kia Group Won’t Stop Exports Or Production In Russia – For Now[150]
Kinross Gold suspend operations in Russia[1]
Kimberly-Clark Personal Care  USA Halted capital spending and advertising in Russia.[170] Kimberly-Clark would continue selling products in Russia, such as Huggies.[170]
Korean Air Airline  South Korea no flying over Russian airspace[1]
KPMG Professional services network  Netherlands separating Russia operations[94]
Kuehne + Nagel Logistics   Switzerland suspend all shipments to Russia[1]
Kytary eCommerce  Czech Suspended all business contacts with Russian suppliers[171]
KUNA Cryptocurrency exchange  Ukraine All ruble pairs and closed the deposit and withdrawal of the ruble[73]
Lamborghini Manufacturer of sports cars  Italy Suspended businesses with Russia.[119]
Latvijas Balzams Alcoholic beverages  Latvia Rebranded its signature vodka to just Stoli, and changed the source of the ingredients from Russia to Slovakia.[172]
Lego Toys Manufacturer  Denmark Stopped deliveries of their products to Russia[173]Lego does not own stores in the country; 81 Russian Lego stores are owned and run by the local Inventive Retail Group, but they will not receive further shipments.[174]
Leroy Merlin Retail  France Company operates 112 stores in Russia and does not plan to make any changes[175]
Levi Strauss & Co Clothing  USA commercial operations in Russia[176]
LG Electronics Electronics  South Korea Korea is seeking exemptions from the US to avoid its key export items being banned from shipping to Russia[177] Company did not say whether the company would change its business practices in Russia.[178]
Life:) Communications  Ukraine
Linklaters  UK suspend operations in Russia[1]
Live Nation Entertainment Entertainment  USA halt all operations in Russia[1]
London Stock Exchange Group  UK curtail Russian access to capital markets[1]
Lumen Technologies  USA suspend new Russian relationships[1]
LVMH Luxury goods  France Temporarily stop sales at all stores. Brands Moët & Chandon, Hennessy, Louis Vuitton, Givenchy, Christian Dior, Kenzo, Bulgari, Marc Jacobs, Stella McCartney, Loewe, Fendi[169]
Mango Retail  Spain Spanish retailer Mango closed all its 126 shops in Russia.[179]
Marks & Spencer Retail  UK Stopped shipments to Turkish franchisee's Russian business[180] The 48 shops (with 1,200 employees) remain open and continue to sell their existing stock.[181]
MasterCard Banking  USA Cards issued by Russian banks will no longer be supported by the Mastercard network regardless of where they're used - inside or outside of Russia. And, any Mastercard issued outside of the country will not work at Russian merchants or ATMs[182] Pledged $2 million toward humanitarian relief funds for Ukraine.[183]
Mazda Automotive Manufacturing  Japan Halt all shipments to Russia[184]
Maersk Shipping  Denmark Deliveries[185]
McDonald's Fast Food  USA Owns the vast majority of the 847 McDonald's stores in Russia,[186] but the company did not offer an official position on operations in the Russian Federation.[187] McDonald's offered food assistance to Ukrainians.[188] McDonald's to close 850 restaurants[189]
McKinsey & Company Management consulting   Worldwide Business with any government entity in Russia[190]
MSC Shipping line   Switzerland Halts all shipments to Russia[1]
MSC Cruises Cruise line   Switzerland Suspends travels and stops to Russia[191]
Mercedes-Benz Group Vehicle manufacturer  Germany Halts exports to Russia and cease manufacturing there until further notice[192]
Meta Technology  USA Halted advertising sales to Russian state media, such as RT[130] On March 11, 2022 Meta announced that Facebook will permit some calls for violence against Vladimir Putin and Russian soldiers[193]
Metro AG Retail  Germany 3,400 employees in Ukraine were making "enormous efforts" to keep its 26 stores open in the country, with each store opening decided daily by local management based on the security situation.[194] Company operates 93 stores employing around 10,000 people in Russia. Metro AG said that it isn't planning to withdraw from Russia[194]
Metsä Group Forestry, paper, and wood products  Finland has discontinued its operations in Russia. Wood procurement in Russia for the Svir sawmill and imports to Metsä Group's Finnish and Swedish mills has also been discontinued.[195]
Metso Outotec Industrial machinery  Finland temporarily ceased its deliveries to Russia[196]
Michelin Guide  France Restaurant recommendations in Russia[197]
Microsoft Technology corporation  USA On 4 March 2022, Microsoft has announced that they will suspend all sales and services in Russia[198]

Microsoft said would be actively assisting the government of Ukraine, the EU, the US Federal Government, and NATO.[199][200]

The company will also provide technology and financial support for humanitarian organizations in the region, and is offering support to Ukraine-based Microsoft employees.[201]

Mitsubishi Corporate Group  Japan may suspend car production, sales in Russia due to sanctions[202]

Mitsubishi Electric stops Russian shipments[203]

Mitsubishi Corp. are sticking with the Sakhalin-2 project[204]
Mitsui Corporate Group  Japan Remains involved in the Sakhalin-2 project.[204] discussing with shareholders course of action[205]
Mohawk Industries Flooring manufacturer  USA 4.3% of their sales come from Russia and Ukraine[206]
Moncler  Italy suspend operations in Russia[1]
Moody's Investors Service Investors Service  USA commercial operations in Russia
Morrisons Retail  United Kingdom remove products from Russia[1]
MSCI  USA curtail Russian access to capital markets[1]
Vodafone Ukraine Communications  Ukraine
Nasdaq  USA curtail Russian access to capital markets[1]
Nestlé Multinational food company   Switzerland Over 7,000 employees in Russia.

Suspends capital investment in Russia[208] Halted operations in Ukraine[209]

Continue to sell “essential” food products in Russia.[210]

“Our factories and offices in Russia continue to operate. Our goal is to provide consumers with high quality food and beverages in all regions where we are present. We continue to provide a wide range of food products on the market,”[211]

NetApp Technology corporation  USA suspend all operations in Russia[212]
Netflix Streaming service and production  USA Suspended all services in Russia[213][214]
Nike Retail chain  USA Disabled all online purchases of its products in Russia.[215]
Nintendo Video games  Japan Halt the sale of games in Russia[216]
Nissan Automotive Manufacturing  Japan halt all shipments to Russia[1]
Nokia Telecommunications, technology  Finland Deliveries to Russia[217]
Norsk Hydro freeze Russian investments[1]
Nvidia Computer hardware  USA Product sales[218]
oDesk Workforce management  USA
Okta Software  USA Stop sales with customers in Russia and Belarus[219] Support for existing customers "to the extent permitted under existing sanctions and export controls"[219]
OneWeb Communications  UK Use of Russian rockets[220]
OMV Energy  Austria divest Russian projects[1]
Oracle Technology  USA All operations in Russia[221]
Otis Worldwide Industrial  USA announced that it was scaling back its operations in Russia. it would not take new elevator and escalator orders and not make new investments in the country “for the time being.”[222] Operations in Russia comprised about 2 percent of Otis’ 2021 revenues, based mostly on new equipment sales.[222]
Panasonic Multinational conglomerate  Japan Transactions with Russia[223]
Papa John's Restaurant chain  USA March 9, 2022 announcement of suspension of all corporate operations in Russia[224] All 190 Papa John' s restaurants in Russia are licensed (franchise) and owned by Russian companies and operate normally[225]
Paramount Global Entertainment  USA Film distribution in Russia[226]
PayPal Banking  USA Removed the ability to create any accounts in Russia on 2 March 2022. Three days later on 5 March, PayPal suspended its services in Russia.[227][228]
Payoneer Banking  USA the ability for new customers in Russia to use Payoneer services[229]
Paysera Communications  Lithuania Process transactions in Russian roubles[230]
Pegasus Airlines Airlines  Turkey Temporarily suspended flights to and from Russia[231]
PepsiCo food, snack, and beverage manufacturer  USA PepsiCo continued operations in Russia amid the invasion of Ukraine[232]

March 8, 2022 company announced suspension of the sale of Pepsi-Cola, and our global beverage brands in Russia[233]

"continue to offer our other products in Russia, including daily essentials such as milk and other dairy offerings, baby formula and baby food"[233]
Pfizer Pharmaceuticals  USA Maintaining shipments of medicines, but restricting new research and investment[234]
Philip Morris Tobacco  USA Philip Morris generates about 8% of its total sales from Russia and Ukraine.[235] On March 9, 2022 company announced it has suspended its planned investments in the Russian Federation, and will scale down manufacturing operations in the country[236]

Suspended operations in Ukraine[237]

Scales back manufacturing and continues sales in Russia[236]
Pirelli Tyre manufacturer  Italy Does not plan to close factories as a result of Russia's ongoing invasion[238]
Prada Fashion  Italy All its retail operations in Russia[239]
PricewaterhouseCoopers Professional services network  UK separating Russia operations[94]
Privatbank Banking  Ukraine
Procter & Gamble Consumer goods  USA is ending all new capital investments in Russia and "significantly reducing" its portfolio there.[240] P&G's investments in Russia date back 25 years. 2,500 P&G employees reside in Russia, around 1,000 of which work in offices in Moscow. Around 60 percent of P&G products sold in Russia are produced in Russian factories[241] Company operates at "reduced scale"[242]
Puma Clothing  Germany Suspended operation of all its stores and online in Russia[243]
PVH Clothing  USA

Halt product sales across brands Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Warner's and all commercial activities in Russia and Belarus[244]

R&A ban on all Russian competition[1]
Red Hat Software  USA suspended sales in Russia[245]
Remitly Global stop accepting new users in Russia[1]
Renault Automotive Manufacturing  France close Russian plants[1]
Restream Software  USA Bans Russian users[246]
Restaurant Brands International Fast food  Canada Halts corporate support for its 800-plus franchised Burger King locations in Russia., Company will refuse approvals for any investment or expansion. The suspension also includes pausing operations, marketing and its supply chain.[247][248]
Richemont Retail   Switzerland suspend all operations in Russia[1]
Rio Tinto Mining  UK is in the process of terminating all commercial relationships it has with any Russian business[249] did not immediately respond to questions on whether it would continue to buy Russian fuel and other products through non-Russian third parties.[249]
Robert Bosch Industrials  Germany See: Bosch
Rockstar Games Video game  USA selling games in Russia[250]
Roku Streaming platform  USA Removed RT from its streaming platform in the US and Europe[251]
Rolls-Royce Aircraft engines  UK Stopped all business with Russia[252]
S&P  USA curtail Russian access to capital markets[1]
Sabre Corp. Software  USA Distribution service with Russia's Aeroflot, crippling carrier's ability to sell seats[253]
Salesforce Software  USA Exiting relationships with resellers and end customers.[254]
Salvatore Ferragamo Consumer products  Italy Salvatore Ferragamo has a very small exposure to Russia, accounting for less than 1% of sales[255]
Samsung Business conglomerate  South Korea Shipments to Russia[256]
Sandvik halt all operations in Russia[1]
SAP software  Germany All new sales in Russia[257][1] In a statement made by the Ukranian Vice Prime Minister SAP is still providing services in Russia due to "humanitarian issues".[258]
Scania Automotive  Sweden Suspended all business operations with Russia[259]
S-Group Retail  Finland All Russian operations[260]
Shell Oil and gas corporation  UK Start withdrawal from partnerships with state-controlled Gazprom, including the Sakhalin-II liquefied natural gas facility and its involvement in the Nord Steam 2 pipeline project[261][262] Shell continues to purchase Russian oil[263] but announced complete withdrawal form all Russian hydrocarbons, incl. oil on March 8, 2022[261]
Sidley Austin Law firm  USA Suspend services for Russian sanctioned entities[264]
Siemens Industrial manufacturing  Germany All new business in and international deliveries to Russia and Belarus are on hold[265][266] will continue with local service and maintenance-related activities while "ensuring strict adherence to sanctions."[266]
Škoda Automotive  Czechia Production of vehicles in Russia[267]
Skrill Banking UK
Société Générale  France curtail Russian access to capital markets[1]
Snapchat Technology  USA Banning ad sales in Russia[268]
Solvay S.A. Chemicals  Belgium Suspended operations or investment in the country.[269]
Sony Multinational conglomerate  Japan Film releases in Russia[270] Sales of PlayStation consoles and software in Russia.[271]
SpaceX Communications  USA Starlink satellites had become active over Ukraine after a request from the Ukrainian government to replace internet services destroyed by the Russian invasion[272]
Spotify audio streaming and media services  Sweden Payment for subscription[273]
Stack Overflow Q&A website for programmers  USA Stack Exchange Q&A access will not be restricted in Russia[274]
State Street  USA curtail Russian access to capital markets[1]
Starbucks Chain of coffeehouses and roastery reserves  USA Suspended all business activity in Russia. Starbucks said that its 130 coffee shops in Russia are owned by a Kuwaiti conglomerate[275] and said its licensee will temporarily shutter locations[276]
Subaru Automobile  Japan halt all shipments to Russia[1]
SUSE Software  Germany suspended sales in Russia[245]
Svetofor Retailer  Russia The chain which trades as MERE has suspended its British operations and shut its four stores.[277]
Swarovski Producer of glass  Austria Sales in Russia[278]
Swatch Watch   Switzerland suspend direct operations in Russia[1]vef
SWIFT Financial Telecommunication  Belgium Bars 7 Russian banks from SWIFT[279]
Sylvamo Paper product manufacturing  USA Suspend operations in Russia[280]
Tesla Automotive and solar manufacturer  USA Tesla, Inc. announced that select Tesla Supercharger stations near Ukraine for its electric vehicles would be free of charge to use.[281]
TikTok Networking service  China service in Russia[282]
TJ Maxx Retailer  USA divest Familia subsidiary[1]
TotalEnergies Energy  France Halts new investment in Russia[283][284] TotalEnergies stays put in Russia. Did not sell its 19.4% stake in Gazprom[283]
T-Mobile US Telecommunications  USA announced calls between Ukraine and anywhere else in the world would be free of charge[34]
Toyota Automotive Manufacturing  Japan Stop production at its St-Petersburg plant and imports of vehicles, until further notice, due to supply chain disruptions[285]
Trafigura Trading  Singapore Freezes investments in Russia[286]
Tripadvisor  USA remove Kremlin-linked propaganda and ads[1]
TSMC Technology  Taiwan chip sales to Russia[8]
Twitch Live streaming service  USA Bans Russian state media[287]
Twitter Microblogging and social networking  USA Demotes Russian State media content[288] Paused all ads on Ukraine and Russia to ensure "critical public safety information is elevated and ads don't detract from it"[289]
ThyssenKrupp Industrials  Germany thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions (RUS) LLC had 60 years of successful activity in Russia and the Soviet Union and currently has workforce of more than 400 employees in Russia[290]
Uber Technologies  USA Cuts ties with Russian companies[291]
Unilever Packaged Goods  UK On March 5, 2022 company issued a statement "We are deeply shocked by the senseless acts of violence being perpetrated against the innocent people of Ukraine and we condemn the Russian state's invasion", but did not provide any additional information about its operations in Russian Federation.[292] On March 8, 2022 "Unilever has suspended all imports and exports of its products to Russia is stopping all investment in the country."[293]

Unilever's business operations in Ukraine have stopped[294]

Under Armour  USA halt all shipments to Russia[1]
United Airlines  USA no flying over Russian airspace[1]
UPS Logistics  USA Halted all shipments to both Ukraine and Russia upon the invasion[117][118]
Universal Pictures Film production and distribution  USA Pauses theatrical releases in Russia[295]
Valero Energy Oil  USA suspend all purchases of Russian crude oil[1]
Verizon Communications Telecommunications  USA announced calls between Ukraine and anywhere else in the world would be free of charge[34]
Visa Inc. Banking  USA Suspended all Russia Operations[296] Pledged $2 million toward humanitarian relief funds for Ukraine.[183]
Volkswagen motor vehicle manufacturer  Germany Volkswagen Group (VW, Skoda, Audi, Porsche and Bentley brands) suspends car production in Russia, stops Exports[297][46]
Volvo Manufacturer of luxury vehicles  Sweden Suspends sales and shipments to Russia[298]
Waitrose Supermarket  UK remove products from Russia[1]
Warner Bros Mass media  USA Film releases in Russia[270]
Western Union Financial services  USA Money transfers to Russia[299]
White & Case  USA suspend services for all Kremlin entities[1]
Wintershall Oil and natural gas producer  Germany Stops payments to Russia, writes off $1.1 bln Nord Stream 2 loan[300]
Wise PLC suspend Russian partnerships[1]
World Federation of Exchanges suspend all Russian members and affiliates[1]
WPP plc  UK suspend all operations in Russia[1]
YIT Construction  Finland Finland's biggest construction company YIT discontinued construction material purchases from Russia and has halted investments in plots or start up new apartments in Russia.[301]
YOOX Fashion Retail  Italy Have stopped shipping orders to Russia to due logistical issues[302]
YouTube Social media  USA Bans Russian state media channels[114]
Yum! Brands Fast Food  USA KFC, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell, The Habit Burger Grill brands worldwide. Company is suspending operations of company-owned restaurants in Russia[303] KFC offered food assistance to Ukrainians[304] KFC Russia operates over 1,000 restaurants. It is unknown how many of these locations remain open.[305]
Zaha Hadid Architects Architecture  UK Stops working on their projects in Russia[91]
ZF Group Car parts manufacturer  Germany Exports to Russia and production in Russia[87]
Zoom Communications  USA Restricts use of its software for Russian companies with state assets[306]

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