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Walkout Threatens To Stall AvtoVAZ

The strike at the country's largest car factory is expected to include thousands more workers Tuesday.

Germany's Metro Earmarks $112M for Shops

Metro AG has announced plans to invest over $100 million to set up a chain of shops in Moscow.

Envoys Try to Head Off Mideast War

Igor Ivanov and UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan arrived in Tel Aviv to confer with Ehud Barak and Yasser Arafat.

Spend on Infrastructure, Not Debts

Is now the time to be bullish on Russia and the Kremlin's energetic new young managers?

Why Pushkin Preferred the Chill of Autumn

Fall is here. This was the the favorite season of the great Russian poet Alexander Pushkin.

Bad Bills and Legerdemain

Changing money is not just a marginal activity. It is a popular means of protecting one's savings.

Kazakhstan's 'Crossroads' at an End

It may have been billed as the ultimate happy ending, but for many television viewers in Kazakhstan, the last Sunday in September felt more like a day of mourning.

Putin Pushes for 'Eurasian Union'

President Vladimir Putin arrived in Kazakhstan on Monday for his first official visit as president to Moscow’s key Central Asian ally.

Monicagate Need Never Have Been

Boris Yeltsin has said he knew in advance of the impending scandal involving Bill Clinton.

Bargains Abound After Airlines Slash Fall Fares

With the peak summer season over, airlines are scrambling to fill seats by marking down fares for fall travel .

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