Articles by Anton Doroshev



Exxon Expected to Face Tough Talks on Sakhalin

  • 31 July 09
  • Reuters
The government will step up pressure on U.S. major Exxon Mobil to sell cheap gas from Sakhalin, analysts said Thursday, a day before construction begins on a new gas link to the Pacific.

Crisis Forces Carmakers To Scale Back Forecasts

  • 27 October 08
  • Reuters
The country's car market, which was fast becoming the largest in Europe, has not stagnated yet, but the main drivers of its success have been buried under the weight of the global financial crisis.

Putin Vows To Finish Transport Upgrade

  • 23 October 08
  • Reuters
The government will go ahead with its $6.4 trillion project to upgrade transportation infrastructure by 2030 despite its current financial woes, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said Wednesday.

RZD Eyes Germany's State Rail Operator

  • 22 May 08
  • Reuters
Russian Railways plans to pick up a Deutsche Bahn stake and hold its own IPO.

RZD Seeks Partners for Copper Bid

  • 10 April 08
  • Reuters
Russian Railways is forming a consortium with the aim of bidding for the huge Udokan copper field in Siberia when the government sells it off this year, a spokesman said Wednesday.

Fishy Business Inflates Prices in Vladivostok

  • 13 April 06
  • Reuters
The saury fish on supermarket shelves in this port city on Russia's Pacific seaboard is caught off the coast and processed on the doorstep, but costs less to buy seven time zones away in Moscow.

Irkut Planning to List on London Exchange

  • 08 November 05
  • Reuters
Defense aircraft company Irkut plans to list some of its shares on the London Stock Exchange next year and tap other international capital markets to finance growth, a senior company official said.