Articles by Wojciech Moskwa

Telenor Mulls Selling Stake in VimpelCom

  • 20 August 08
  • Reuters
Norway's Telenor said Tuesday that it could envision selling its stake in VimpelCom to resolve a long-running conflict with estranged Russian partner Alfa Group, lifting its shares.

Part of Welfare Fund Earmarked for Stocks

  • 01 June 07
  • Reuters
Russia will invest a part of the $19 billion National Welfare Fund -- one of the two subfunds into which the current stabilization fund will be split next year -- in stocks, Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin said Thursday.

Warsaw Opens Taps to More Russian Gas

  • 19 July 05
  • Reuters
The Yamal pipeline pumping Russian gas to the European Union, partly over Polish soil, boosted capacity by 27 percent on Monday and will run full-throttle by the end of the year, its operator, Europol Gaz, said.

Polish Tycoon Denies Being LUKoil Agent

  • 09 December 04
  • Reuters
Poland's richest man, Jan Kulczyk, denied Wednesday that he held negotiations with senior Russian officials aimed at selling Polish fuel assets to oil major LUKoil.

Ignatyev: Russia Can Survive If Oil Dives

  • 12 February 03
  • Reuters
Central Bank chief Sergei Ignatyev said Tuesday that the economy was ready to cope with a potential sharp drop in oil prices after the crisis in Iraq is resolved.

Y2K Fears Hit East Europe Markets

Ruble Fears Grip East Europe Units