Analysts are incredulous after London unit’s post-tax profit slumped last year by almost 50% to $30mn.
Without sea or sun, additional nuclear capacity is the only route to decarbonise Central Europe’s power sector, proponents insist.
Critics argue the restrictions violate freedom of speech and will be unenforceable.
While some fret Europe is not doing enough to counter Russian disinformation, others express concern at the STRATCOM Summit 2017 that focusing on this allows Moscow to set the agenda.
Oil was the key factor in Russia’s budget income and since prices collapsed in late 2014 the non-oil component is more important. Oil's share remains about half of GDP but the non-oil deficit is still too high.
Yuri Shefler's more than decade-old struggle for iconic vodka ownership rights resumes in the Netherlands.
It is hard to see any real mileage in this relationship because neither side can offer the other what they would want.
The euphoria that occurred when Crimea was annexed has passed, and the pendulum of the public mood could now swing sharply in the opposite direction.
Beijing is investing a massive $124bn into the global project to invest into infrastructure and trade networks across four continents.
Our look at which business leaders really matter in each CEE/CIS country, ranked by our correspondents not just on wealth but on influence.
The fall of communism has been followed by successive backlashes against feminism, the latest inspired by the election of populist rightwing governments.
Russia had already twice requested that the EBRD resume lending, but this was the first time it had appealed to the board of governors that make up the EBRD's shareholders.
The banking and telecoms tycoon outplayed many of his peers on his way to the top and has now been able to take much of his fortune outside Russia.
Training women in science and technology to give them access to the green job market would reduce shortfall of skilled workers in emerging energy sectors.
Sergei Guriev backs Alexei Kudrin's reform plan in Russia and warns over economic shocks to Central Asia from China.
CFA Institute managing director Gary Baker talks to bne IntelliNews about winning back trust for the financial services industry and developing the sector's human capital.
The development bank is accelerating the winding up of its Russian portfolio, which shrank by 30% last year.
There is a historic battle going on among Kremlin intellectuals over Russia’s perennial question: What’s to be done? Should the country prudently husband its financial resources or borrow heavily and stimulate via investing?