Russians believes that country's most successful top managers are Alexei Miller of state gas giant Gazprom (10% of the respondents), the head of state-controlled Sberbank German Gref (6%), and Igor Sechin, head of oil company Rosneft.
The Russian economy remains “retarded” and “quasi-feudal,” especially in less developed region, the head of the Federal Anti-monopoly Service (FAS) Igor Artemyev said in an interview
Total matches cost to state of taking soured agricultural sector loans off lender’s hands.
Russia will prolong discounted mortgages at 6% interest for families with two or more children to at least 2024, RIA Novosti reported citing the office of the deputy PM Tatyana Golikova.
Hungarian PM frequently used a Bombardier luxury private jet to attend football matches, trips organised by an oligarch who won a streak of lucrative state contracts.
The promotion is the first FTSE Russell has made in nearly a decade and also marks the first ever upgrade to developed status for a country located in CEE.
Iranian president responds to latest Trump barbs thrown at Islamic Republic from world stage by accusing US of “economic terrorism”. White House National Security Advisor Bolton warns Tehran “if you cross us… there will be “HELL to PAY”.
Details remain scarce, but EU foreign policy chief refers to payment system to go through a special purpose vehicle. Trump administration "deeply disappointed" by the move.
Currency started the year at 42,900, while 112,000 bought a dollar at the start of September. Year-to-date decline now 74.8%.
Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich reportedly is asking for £3bn for his UK Premier League football club Chelsea, having already turned down a £2.3bn offer
Boosted by landslide victory in Yerevan municipal poll, Nikol Pashinian moves to make post-revolution parliament more representative of the popular mood.
The move will add more tension to the already strained relationship between the European Union and Poland's populist Law and Justice government.
With the dark clouds of a deep recession gathering on the horizon, sentiment indicator falls 7% in a month.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is winning back some of the ground he lost in Ukraine’s presidential election polls and is back in the top three, according to the latest results. Poroshenko is still behind former two-time PM Tymoshenko
Troubled shipbuilder Uljanik could face bankruptcy if it fails to find a strategic investor.
New plant and bottling line opened in central Hungary, as the owner of iconic brand Szentkiralyi pursues regional expansion in cooperation with sector rival Kekkuti.
Liviu Dragnea defeated a dissident faction who sought his resignation, securing his position at the helm of Romania's ruling PSD — for now.
Revolutionary Guard, Nikki Haley and Rudolph Giuliani join in war of words after apparent Arab separatist terrorism. Tehran points finger at Gulf states allied to US.