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    Closing an e-mail

    How do I close an e-mail in Russian?
    In English the standards are:
    1. Formal:
    (a) With Respect
    (b) Sincerely Yours
    2. Informal:
    (a) Best Regards
    (b) Best Wishes

    Also we say: Looking forward listening from you soon
    Чем больше слов, тем меньше они стоят.

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    With Respect = С уважением
    Sincerely Yours = Искренне Ваш
    Best Regards = Всего наилучшего \ всего доброго
    Best Wishes = С наилучшими пожеланиями (quite formal actually, used with [, <signed>])
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    AFAIK, "С уважением, ..." is the most common form. I use this template in all messages - both formal and informal.
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