Russian tech ventures flock to the Irish capital to escape recession and recruit from the talent pool of the global giants.
May 1 marks the official opening of the spa season in Czech spa Karlovy Vary or Carlsbad, and the start of the high season. But the legendary town is already awash with tourists, almost all from Russia.
Eight out ten Russians (82%) are still happy with President Vladimir Putin performance, according to the monthly popularity poll of the independent Levada Center.
Gazprom aims to further divide the EU by offering a share of the spoils to CEE countries, but Brussels is finally facing up to the challenge.
Worsening relations between Russia and the West, plus pressure to meet Nato defence spending commitments, push up expenditure in Eastern Europe.
Deal securing 50% of project cost was closed with Engie, OMV, Shell, Uniper and Wintershall.
The manoeuvre is just a ship-steadying change: notable, but still not the sort of fundamental structural reform seen as necessary.
Fees from Russian dealmaking in equities, bonds, loans and mergers surged by 32% in the year to April 20 compared with the same period a year ago.
While Russian citizens annually invested over $2bn in 2013-2014, the silent crisis of 2015 caused investments to halve before reaching $870mn last year.
State lender indicates that there will be more than 200 participating companies across Russia.
Disappointing negative trends in retail in Russia’s capital continued in the first quarter of this year, but have started to stabilise, according to the Watcom shopping index, preceding a recovery later this year.
Embedding spies in the private sector has become one more way the Russian state risks becoming privatised through the back door.
Soccer federation has only half the number of sponsorship contracts it had before the 2014 tournament in Brazil.
Italian video artist Yuri Ancarani embarks on a mesmerising journey through the Gulf kingdom's deserts, ancient tradition of falconry and Las Vegan opulence.
Private sector capital outflow in the first quarter of 2017 stood at $15.4bn, almost double than in the same period of 2016. The quarter’s figure is already close to the central bank’s $16bn estimate for the full year.
Russia’s balance of payments statistics for the first quarter of 2017 exceeded expectations with the surplus jumping to $22.8bn, according to a central bank data release.
Both sides agreed on the need to “put an end to steady degradation” of relations.
This is not just a question of US-Russian relations: it also speaks to the Kremlin’s fundamental uncertainty about a whole series of urgent concerns.
UK Companies House filing shows additional capital to keep lender's struggling operation afloat.
Sale uproots mysticism-laden legacy of Uralsib's ex-billionaire founder Nikolai Tsvetkov.
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