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10/21/2009

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UBS’s Russia Chief Urges Clarity in Sell-Offs

The Swiss banking giant is also expecting an economic revival next year to pick up its investment operations in Russia, including new share listings and debt offerings.

Volkswagen Bets on Budget Models

The Kaluga plant aims to roll out 150,000 cars next year and produce five models, including the concept car developed especially for the Russian market.

Serbian Leader Says Medvedev Backs Major Loan

Serbia must keep its budget deficit to less than 3.5 percent of its gross domestic product in 2010 to comply with the terms of a 3 billion euro ($4.5 billion) loan from the IMF.

Berezovsky Denies Link to Sex Abuse Case

The Moscow Times
The self-exiled tycoon claims that a one-time suspect in the abuse investigation had headed the Ukrainian branch of his International Foundation for Civil Liberties.

New Judge Selected Ahead of Yukos Case

Russia replaces its judge in the European Court of Human Rights, potentially delaying the start of its Yukos hearings.

Svyazinvest OKs Rostelecom Merger

The restructuring must also be approved at the board meetings of the subsidiaries of Svyazinvest that will be held next summer.

Pop Star, Businessman Settle Custody Feud

The agreement, announced during hearings at the Chechen Supreme Court, calls for the boy to stay with his father when his mother is on tour or otherwise traveling.

Communists Demand Dismissals After Disputed Vote

The Communist Party wants the "immediate dismissal" of Marii-El leader Leonid Markelov, who "led the republic out of the legal field," and the dismissal of Central Elections Commission chief Vladimir Churov.

Medvedev Confident on WTO Accession

Reuters
Russia has returned to direct WTO negotiations after Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said his country was only interested in joining the organization in concert with Belarus and Kazakhstan through a customs union.

4 Militants, 1 Police Officer Killed in Chechnya

AP
Militants in two different Chechen villages and the capital Grozny were killed in separate incidents Wednesday.

JPMorgan, Potanin Start $1Bln Fund

Reuters
The companies said the fund would invest in the consumer goods, manufacturing and services sectors.
Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and Volkswagen’s Russia director, Dietmar Korzekwa, right, visiting a Volkswagen assembly plant in Kaluga on Tuesday.

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Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and Volkswagen’s Russia director, Dietmar Korzekwa, right, visiting a Volkswagen assembly plant in Kaluga on Tuesday.

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