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Report indicates that US aligned regimes are preparing for war
Every year the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) releases a study on military spending around the world. This year's report contains many interesting details.

18.04.2014 11:46

Crimea economy to grow 7% per year in next 3 years
The economy of Crimea could expand by 6-7 percent annually through 2017, says Russia’s business advocate Boris Titov. Most of the growth is expected to come from tourism, agriculture and manufacturing.

16.04.2014 07:04

‘We are to see severe destruction of Western economic system’
With $1.7 quadrillion debt and the present bailout policy that will inflate prices, we’ll see the West collapsing while China and Russia will not be responsible for it or able to help, Lawrence Freeman from Executive Intelligence Review Magazine told RT.

15.04.2014 09:58

​‘If you’re evading tax, we’ll find you’ – George Osborne
The UK Chancellor George Osborne is tightening the screws on the tax dodging UK super-rich, as he’s proposing to increase fines for those who hide their money in offshore tax havens and send them to jail even if they didn’t intend to evade tax.

14.04.2014 06:35

​'Is it Europe for the banks or Europe for the people?'
Huge debt and unemployment in Greece are the result of the extreme neo-liberal policies pursued by the Troika that are just aimed at saving the banks but not the people, Kostas Isyhos, a member of the political secretariat of Syriza party, told RT.

11.04.2014 12:25

Young Brits say nuke arsenal upgrade not a priority
While the Royal Navy is feverishly trying to raise money for the proposed 100-billion-pound modernization of vintage US-made seaborne Trident missiles, a recent survey suggests young Britons do not regard nuclear combat readiness as a priority for the UK.

08.04.2014 05:42

​Free-fall: IMF to accelerate Ukraine’s economic collapse?
Will Maidan optimism be extinguished as the citizens of Ukraine realize their economic plight means considerable imminent hardship?

31.03.2014 07:26

Banks paid $100 bn in US fines for ‘pre-crisis mistakes’
As supervisory bodies are tightening the screws on the financial institutions across the world seeking to punish those involved in the 2007 financial crisis, the Financial Times has calculated the banks have already paid a total of $100 billion in fines.

26.03.2014 07:37

​Sanctions fear to drag $70 bn from Russia – Economic Ministry
Capital outflow from Russia in the first three months of 2014 may reach $70 billion, more than all of 2013, as souring relations with the West is weighing on the economy, said Deputy Economic Development Minister Andrey Klepach.

25.03.2014 07:14

‘50% youth unemployment in Spain fuels radicalization of protests’
Most of the protesters in Spain are peaceful, but there is an increase in radicalization, especially among young people, which is understandable due to the high level of youth unemployment, trader and portfolio manager Felix Moreno told RT.

24.03.2014 09:07

​Stable to Negative: S&P, Fitch cut Russia’s rating on sanction fears
Both US-based rating agencies Fitch and S&P downgraded the outlook on Russia's long-term foreign and local currency ratings to negative from stable, referring to the potential impact of US and EU sanctions on the economy.

21.03.2014 10:25

Why did Europe choose the chaff over the wheat?
The poor citizens of Ukraine remain poor while the world bickers with their plight, an apparent after thought.

20.03.2014 07:20

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