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Shuvalov Says No Need to Fear State

In a new state drive to soothe investors, First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov said Monday that the government would not use the financial turmoil to change economic policy or nationalize large swathes of the economy.

Pro-Kremlin Youths Take Backseat to Crisis

Last year, pro-Kremlin youth groups were all over television, promising then-President Vladimir Putin love and loyalty, picketing foreign embassies and harassing a hodgepodge of opposition activists.

Rosneft May Get Loan From China

When Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao meet Tuesday, they may reach a new oil export deal that would win Rosneft a much-needed line of credit from Beijing.

Central Bank Offers Sources for Liquidity

The Central Bank said Monday that new funding sources could be open to banks starting next month, as available resources were squeezed by month-end tax payments and supporting the ruble, pushing money market borrowing costs to one-week highs.

Space Tourist Pushes for Space Travel

The Associated Press
NASA, the Federal Space Agency and other government space agencies need to give private entrepreneurs broader access to the orbiting station and encourage private space travel, the latest U.S. space tourist said Monday.

Gazprom, RusAl Sign Vietnamese Deals

Gazprom and United Company RusAl signed deals Monday to participate in natural resources projects in Vietnam as the Kremlin aims to triple annual trade between the countries to $3 billion.

Moscow's Demolished, Not Restored on Show

The 18th-century mansion on a small lane near Chistiye Prudy metro station is inconspicuous, hidden away from view.

National Bolshevik Convicted

A Moscow court on Monday convicted an opposition activist of being a member of the banned National Bolshevik Party, a ruling the radical youth group said could spark a wave of similar convictions.

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