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Early Promise in Ukraine Gas Talks

Staff Writers
Russia and Ukraine reached a preliminary agreement Thursday night on a gradual rise in gas prices over the next three years, in talks overshadowed by political infighting in Kiev and Ukraine’s support of Georgia in its August war with Russia.

SPS Finds New Place Closer to Kremlin

Staff Writers
Union of Right Forces on Thursday opted to disband the party and join up with two others to form a new pro-business party that would seek cooperation with the Kremlin.

Graft-Fighting Lawyer Harassed by Police

Lawyer Inna Yermoshkina gave little thought to the two dozen police officers waiting near the entrance of her apartment building when she returned home one evening in May. After all, she thought, she hadn’t done anything wrong.

Gazprom, E.On Agree to Asset Swap

Combined Reports
Germany’s E.On on Thursday agreed to swap part of its stake in Gazprom for an interest in a field that will help the gas monopoly fill the Nord Stream pipeline to Europe under the Baltic Sea.

Usmanov's Miner Pulls IPO Plans

The Moscow Times
Metalloinvest, the country’s biggest iron ore producer, has scrapped plans to hold an IPO this year, its chief executive was quoted as saying Thursday.

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