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Russia to redirect trade elsewhere in case of EU-US sanctions

19.03.2014 06:33

Russia will switch to other trade partners if economic sanctions are imposed by the US and the European Union, the Russian President's Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov has said.

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Emmett 14.04.2014 00:33

Muslim 20.03.2014 00:56

The U.S who leads the pack of sheep nations who followe U.S blindly at such an extend that even if the U.S brings them (Sheep-nations) in too a lizard's hole they wil follow , because his royal highness the Dollar must create large debts too stay a alive and healty.

  


Th e blind (and the corrupt) leading the blind (and the corrupt).

The only thing US has to export is fraudulent DEBT created out of thin air and backed by nothing of value. They've been partying at the expense of other nations and that's about to come to an abrupt end.

 

David Marsden 01.04.2014 08:29

russia needs to trade in the pacific rim , we arnt all taken in by the media hype

 

Medward 31.03.2014 18:26

Taju Olaniyi 25.03.2014 17:47

Russian you now need Iran but you betrayed then on S300.

  


Thankfully numerous sources report that Russia will now consider selling S-500 to Iran...

 

Taju Olaniyi 25.03.2014 17:47

Russian you now need Iran but you betrayed then on S300.

 

Tony Blair 23.03.2014 10:12

Is all russia has to do its put its gas prices up by 40% to western europe effective immediately to teach those lap dogs in brusells to teach them a lesson. Europe is nearly broke as it is & that should push them over the edge. Love maggie.

 

Troy Stocker 22.03.2014 13:04

I hope Putin squeezes the punk in the white house

 

Per Sonne 21.03.2014 10:25

joe pet 21.03.2014 02:36

Cry me a river,russian ,mr putin why you have to break international law,you dont know is only america and their western partner who reserve the right to do it? Do as i say but dont do what i does..all credit to you putin the man of the year..

  


Far from a majority of the western countries break international law!

 

Per Sonne 21.03.2014 10:21

Sam 21.03.2014 04:06

It is time for Russia to strangle EU, the members that use Russian energy to survive, must leave EU or get punished.

  


In that case it's time for those EU members to stop buying Russian energy. At least if this nationalist insanity continues! Russia's biggest customer Germany is not so easily broken...

 

Sam 21.03.2014 04:06

It is time for Russia to strangle EU, the members that use Russian energy to survive, must leave EU or get punished.

 

joe pet 21.03.2014 02:36

Cry me a river,russian ,mr putin why you have to break international law,you dont know is only america and their western partner who reserve the right to do it? Do as i say but dont do what i does..all credit to you putin the man of the year..

 

joe pet 21.03.2014 02:30

If they buy or steal oil and gas somewhere, but they still have to buy vodka from russia if not no party..

 

joe pet 21.03.2014 02:27

Breaking business news,new discovered place to do oil and gas business with confidence with hypocracy or words of sanctions is very cooled over there where the alliens are living they are dieing of cooled and the need uggently oil and gas i think russian should redirect their bussiness there where they will no word of sanction and with higher price..viele gluck..

 

Barry Redhead 21.03.2014 00:32

What will the USA do without Russian rockets to service the space station?

 

Alex Semen 21.03.2014 00:15

James McCork 20.03.2014 17:14

I love how delusional pro russians are

  


And I am very glad the USA is not beter than a bunch of degenerate born to be killers morons.

 

Alfa88 20.03.2014 21:33

Andrew Jennings 20.03.2014 19:54

@Konrad

Oh no wait...it has lots of aggression for export too (coming soon)

  


...maybe you're confusing with another country.

 

bruce-wayne 20.03.2014 21:07

[quote name='Andrew Jennings' time='20.03.2014 19:54']@Konrad

Fai ling to diversify from its oil and gas economy, Russia has nothing else to offer except oil and gas and errr well...that's it.
- - -

You're going to have to do more then that to sound convincing.

Russia exports a lot of high-tech weaponry, parts, plans, materials. Russia is the world's number one exporter of Titanium, grain, wheat, ....They have tonnes of stuff the World wants and needs.

You are either ignorant or you are trying to sway public opinion.

 

Andrew Jennings 20.03.2014 19:54

@Konrad

Fai ling to diversify from its oil and gas economy, Russia has nothing else to offer except oil and gas and errr well...that's it.

Oh no wait...it has lots of aggression for export too (coming soon)

Russia really does need a reality check. it needs to find a new growth model and certainly curb the political priorities of purchasing support from the population via reckless social spending, and of course given Russia's willingness to roll the sleeves up and expose its muscles, securing support from hardline elites via reckless military spending, certainly seems likely to remain



 

Teo Vares 20.03.2014 19:25

Konrad Wallenrod 20.03.2014 03:02

Noise, just a lot of noise. Russia's exports are hardly diversified. As a consumer market, the inevitably poorer Russia (that already struggles with high inflation and high cost of credit) will never be as attractive to China as the US or EU. In a few years, the Moscow market listings may be selling at toilet paper prices. BTW 3% of the world's economy - that's a pretty pathetic outcome for a country that occupies (no pun intended) close 1/6 of the world's landmass.

  


Ko nrad, in your country formula of GDP has an additional factor such as landmass?

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