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​Russia making great strides in Tobacco control, must do more – expert
As tough anti-smoking laws begin to be felt by tobacco users in Russia, the head secretariat of the UN Treaty on Tobacco Control convening in Moscow, Dr Vera Luiza da Costa e Silva, tells RT more must be done to denormalize tobacco consumption in Russia.

18.10.2014 14:39

Monsanto announces major losses after settling environmental suit
Biotech giant Monsanto announced major losses for their fourth quarter last week well below analysts’ expectations after spending millions settling an environmental suit.

13.10.2014 14:42

Vicious circle: ‘Economy not growing as companies sit on billions and don’t invest‘
Corporations around the world have billions of dollars in their bank accounts and they don’t spend it because the economy is not growing, but the economy is not growing because they are not spending the money, stock market analyst David Kuo told RT.

10.10.2014 06:57

Iran 'not ready' to replace Russian gas supplies to EU – Rouhani
Iran is not ready to satisfy EU’s gas demand and replace Russia as a key supplier if sanctions against Tehran are lifted, said Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani. He added that the country lags behind in gas extraction.

04.10.2014 11:46

​Russia in global nuclear energy market
Within the context of the recent 58th IAEA General Conference held in Vienna on September 22-26, it is worth making an overview of Russia’s position in this important and sophisticated global industry.

03.10.2014 07:21

‘Fat-fingered’ blunder: $617bn accidently traded on Tokyo Stock Exchange
A mishap on the Tokyo Stock Exchange resulted in a trading error that nearly caused $617 billion in unintentional trades in some of Japan’s biggest companies.

01.10.2014 13:13

Mechel shares plummet, as bankruptcy fears mount
Shares of Russian metals and mining group Mechel have dropped more than 30 percent on Tuesday, as investors fear the company won’t be able to manage its $8.7 billion debt.

23.09.2014 10:17

British manufacturers urge UK politicians to commit to EU membership
A group of UK manufacturing companies have called upon the British political establishment to commit to ensuring Britain remains a member of the EU. A failure to do so could hinder UK investment and wealth creation, pro EU advocates claim.

22.09.2014 14:18

Tesco shares tumble after company overstated profits by £250mn
The UK’s biggest supermarket chain Tesco suspended four executives, including its UK managing director, after it admitted it overstated profits for the first half of 2014 by almost a quarter.

22.09.2014 12:32

Alibaba debuts in New York in biggest IPO ever
China’s e-commerce giant made made IPO history after raising $25 billion and achieving a capital value of $230 billion, outstripping competitors Amazon and eBay and making it the world's most valuable technology company.

19.09.2014 13:45

Stock markets, Sterling rejoice as Scotland votes ‘No’
European stocks rallied to a 6½-year high after Scotland rejected independence in favor of unity, with London’s FTSE 100 Index reaching a 14-day high. The UK pound rallied to a 17-day high.

19.09.2014 06:42

Investors losing billions as head of Russia’s biggest holding put under house arrest
Russia’s largest publicly traded holding company AFK Sistema has lost about 37 percent of its value in Moscow by midday, after boss Vladimir Yevtushenkov was put under house arrest for alleged money laundering late Tuesday.

17.09.2014 07:51

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