Ukraine broke the Energy Charter in the winter, and no one protested in Brussels, recalled Dmitry Babich, a political analyst at RIA Novosti. If Russia did the same, “there would be a huge scandal in the EU,” he said.
While Russia’s automakers struggle to keep assembly lines running, its helicopters are high in demand. Production is growing 60% a year. But it’s hit slight a patch of turbulence with the global crisis.
The number of students applying for MBA courses in Russia has fallen by up to 60 per cent, according to a report in Russian business daily, Vedomosti. But an investigation by RT finds the story a little more complex.
State Corporation, Rosnano, and the Renova Group have joined together to produce solar batteries in a 20.1 billion Rouble project at Novocheboksarsk, using technology developed by Swiss firm Oerlikon Solar.
Europe may fall short of 100 billion cubic meters of gas, if it creates obstacles to projects like Nord and South Stream, according to Gazprom’s Aleksandr Medvedev speaking at an energy conference in Berlin.