Ukraine’s PrivatBank faces down growing nationalisation fears over questionable lending

Ukraine’s PrivatBank faces down growing nationalisation fears over questionable lending

A drab office block in outer London is home to five firms that hold hundreds of millions of euros in undeclared bank accounts in Ukraine’s largest bank, PrivatBank, bne can reveal.

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STOLYPIN: Russia’s regional challenge needs more than gubernatorial assessment

STOLYPIN: Russia’s regional challenge needs more than gubernatorial assessment

The reforms of Russia’s new Directorate for Domestic Politics suggest that he may understand how the regions could be the Kremlin’s number one problem in the future.

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South Caucasus seeks to get on the winter sports bandwagon

South Caucasus seeks to get on the winter sports bandwagon

If you build the resorts, will anyone come?

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CONFERENCE CALL: Gazprom extols virtues of Russian gas to skeptical EU audience

CONFERENCE CALL: Gazprom extols virtues of Russian gas to skeptical EU audience

Gazprom ignores rapidly changing energy market in Europe to expound on how the continent just needs more Russian gas.

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Hungary ignores high-profile corruption as it boosts fight against grey economy

Hungary ignores high-profile corruption as it boosts fight against grey economy

The measures are the latest in a series of reforms aimed at whitening the Hungarian economy, but critics point out the government has failed to take a similar stance against high-level corruption that blights the economy.

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ENRC’s murky past comes back to haunt the rebranded Kazakh miner

ENRC’s murky past comes back to haunt the rebranded Kazakh miner

A bne investigation and a leaked letter from the UK's SFO shows that Kazakh miner Eurasian Resources Group has some way to go before it can escape its reputation for shadowy deals while it existed as ENRC.

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Macedonians tire of political turmoil

Macedonians tire of political turmoil

Voters are sceptical about big promises from the ruling party and opposition ahead of the critical December 11 election.

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VISEGRAD: Social Democrat divisions over populism on display

VISEGRAD: Social Democrat divisions over populism on display

Czech and Slovak premiers call for left to refocus on living standards and workers' rights.

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KYIV BLOG: Corruption in Ukraine - business as usual?

KYIV BLOG: Corruption in Ukraine - business as usual?

Ukraine's ex-president Viktor Yanukovych has been indicted for state treason for facilitating Russian aggression. But the fugitive leader, who fled to Russia in February 2014, is unlikely to stand trial any time soon.

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