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Strong Growth in Office Sector

The supply of Class A and B offices is still several years away from catching up with the high level of demand.

Capital's Housing Prices Breaking More Records

Residential real estate prices in the capital showed signs of stabilizing slightly in the first half of May after another record-breaking month in April.

Finns Looking to Carve Out Opening in Market

Entrepreneurs in Finland's Koli region have confirmed their intention to attract both Russian investors and tourists through a series of large-scale developments.

The Folly of Renationalization

Something strange is happening in the Russian economy. Since 1999, it has delivered stellar growth numbers of almost 7 percent per year, with virtually all of the growth coming from the private sector, which has been led not only by the recovery in the oil and metals sectors, but also by retail and construction.

Three Is Not a Charm

As stipulated by the Constitution, President Vladimir Putin recently presented his state-of-the-nation address -- by rights his penultimate contribution in this category -- to the Federal Assembly.

The Red Line at the Border

Recently, the Russian Foreign Ministry and NATO organized rallies under the banner of ""Russia-NATO: Joining Forces"" in several Russian cities.

With All the Protection Kids Should Be Scared

By this point, even Europe's children are afraid of Gazprom. Fear that the company is coming to take over distribution networks is driving officials in Europe who once sounded like liberals to consider state support for energy companies.

Montenegro Votes for Independence

Just over half of Montenegrins choose to end the union with Serbia.

U.S. Kills Dozens of Taliban

U.S.-led coalition aircraft killed about 60 suspected Taliban militants and 16 civilians in a night airstrike on a rebel stronghold in southern Afghanistan, an Afghan governor said Monday.

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