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Russia and the global economy

Japan targets Russia's biggest banks, arms exports in new sanctions
Japan has limited operations with five Russian banks including top lenders Sberbank and VTB, and arms exporters over Moscow’s involvement in the Ukraine crisis, according to Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga.

24.09.2014 08:08

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

ExxonMobil isn’t leaving Russian Arctic - Rosneft
ExxonMobil still plans to participate in the construction of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Russia’s Far East, according to Rosneft Vice President Vlada Rusakova.

23.09.2014 09:10

Gazprom says sanctions won’t sabotage operations
Western sanctions will not hurt Russia’s Gazprom, since the company only imports 10 percent of its technology and equipment from abroad, Deputy Chairman Aleksandr Medvedev told reporters on Tuesday.

23.09.2014 07:57

Russian sanctions ‘de facto against European business’ – Alstom chief
Russia has become a strategic market for thousands of European companies, and sanctions put EU business at risk, Philippe Pegorier, President of Alstom Russia , told RT at a Sochi Investment Forum.

22.09.2014 13:52

Na zdorovye, Pabst! Russian brewing company buys iconic American beer label
Almost in the same All-American league as baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevrolet, Pabst Blue Ribbon beer will now be in the hands of a Russian brewer.

20.09.2014 12:16

PM Medvedev authorizes import duties on Ukrainian products
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has signed a decree allowing Russia to cancel duty-free trade of Ukrainian food products and manufactured goods if Kiev enters the EU trade zone before 2016.

19.09.2014 10:04

Ukraine turmoil to hit emerging economies as Russia braces for setback - EBRD
Ongoing tensions between Russia and Ukraine, which have reverberated across the globe, will particularly impact economies of the EBRD region, with a modest recovery predicted in 2015 following a sharp contraction this year.

18.09.2014 13:37

New Canadian sanctions ‘unacceptable’ - Moscow
Canada has expanded its sanctions against Russia to include the country’s largest lender Sberbank, and five other companies, as well as five individuals. Russia plans to retaliate against the measures.

17.09.2014 08:34

Finland to continue with Rosatom nuclear project, despite sanctions - Prime Minister
Finland will not drop its plans to construct a nuclear power plant with Russia’s Rosatom. The project “will not shake Finland’s reputation” and “shouldn’t be mixed with politics,” Prime Minister Alexander Strubb told Radio Suomi.

15.09.2014 11:36

Sanctions against Russia could spur $150 oil – Former BP chief
Western sanctions against Russia, coupled with ongoing political instability in Libya and the advance of ISIS militants in Iraq, could leave the global oil supply exposed and push up oil prices to $150 per barrel, former BP chief Tony Hayward has warned.

15.09.2014 08:06

US extends Russia sanctions, targets biggest lender Sberbank & gas giant Gazprom
The US has introduced new sanctions against Russia’s biggest lenders – Sberbank, Gazprombank and Rosselkhozbank – and added some of the country’s state-owned technology firms and five energy companies, the Treasury said on Friday.

12.09.2014 14:03

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