Today in Russian Business – Nov 12, 2010

A bill to regulate electronic payments has been approved by the government, and could pose problems for new operators due to its equity requirements, reports the Moscow Times.  President Dmitry Medvedev spoke of ‘unhindered access for small business to national and international capital markets‘ during the G20 business summit in Seoul.  Japan’s Mitsubishi Heavy Industries says it will revive a two-year-old deal to build a $1 billion fertilizer plant in Tatarstan.  Over 36,000 web addresses were registered in the first hour of the .рф Internet domain opening its registration to the public, with over 200,000 registered by the end of the day.  Yevroset’s London IPO looks likely to go ahead next year.  VTB Capital anticipates that Russian share sales could reach $28 billion next year, $20 billion of it from initial public offerings.