FUNDS: Rockaway pursues new private equity model for CEE

FUNDS: Rockaway pursues new private equity model for CEE

Local investors often prefer ad hoc investment vehicles with less restrictions than traditional PE funds.

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STOLYPIN: Russia has no grand plans, but lots of ‘adhocrats’

STOLYPIN: Russia has no grand plans, but lots of ‘adhocrats’

The hollowing out of state institutions have left Russia in the hands of what we can call ‘adhocrats’ – agents of the Kremlin who may come from the civil service or business, and operate fluidly across traditional roles as needs dictate.

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COMMENT: A China-Russia free trade deal is still many years away

COMMENT: A China-Russia free trade deal is still many years away

After a slow start it seems that research is underway for the proposed China-Russia FTA. But despite political will at the leadership level, the negotiations will not be easy, will take much time and may ultimately not succeed.

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CENTRAL ASIAN BLOG: Turkmenistan boxes itself into a corner

CENTRAL ASIAN BLOG: Turkmenistan boxes itself into a corner

By cutting off supplies to Iran, Ashgabat has simply strengthened China's leverage on the price of its gas exports.

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After the smooth talking come the bumps in US-Russian road

After the smooth talking come the bumps in US-Russian road

After much cautious mutual deference shown by Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, the incoming US administration is already signalling a tougher stance on some key issues. Russia is holding its fire - for now.

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Slim chance for Transnistria conflict settlement

Slim chance for Transnistria conflict settlement

Moldova's pursuit of EU accession has widened divisions with its breakaway region.

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Currency weakness means trouble for Turkey’s indebted private sector

Currency weakness means trouble for Turkey’s indebted private sector

As companies rush to cut their unhedged FX liabilities, economic growth could be further depressed.

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Goldman, Citigroup locked out as Russian investment banking fees surge to post-sanctions high

Goldman, Citigroup locked out as Russian investment banking fees surge to post-sanctions high

Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse are among Western investment banks in Moscow losing out as fees from deal-making jumped to their highest level in three years.

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A tale of two countries: Russia vs Ukraine in 2017

A tale of two countries: Russia vs Ukraine in 2017

Russia and Ukraine are in focus, as both are expected to begin their recoveries. But the view and situation of the two foes is very different: pundits are probably overly optimistic about Ukraine and overly pessimistic about Russia.

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