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Markelov Killing Linked to Revenge

The suspected gunman, Nikita Tikhonov, has the same name as a man accused by Markelov in a hate murder three years earlier.

Putin Lashes Out at GM on Opel Sale

Russia had been hoping that closer ties with Opel would help reinvigorate its own flailing car industry, which currently requires huge levels of state support just to maintain operations.

Spy With ‘Twisted Biography’ Is Laid to Rest

Kalmanovich, 60, was gunned down in central Moscow on Monday in an apparent contract hit that authorities said might be connected to a debt deal gone bad or an ongoing gangster turf war.

Russia Pitches Debt in London

Finance Minister Kudrin meets with investors about a proposed $17.8 billion bond placement, but participants say more details are needed.

Yandex to Close List That Annoyed State

The looming change stirred fears Thursday about a crackdown on free speech on the country's No. 1 search engine.

Kudrin Shifts Bank Support to Industry

By Anna Baraulina / Vedomosti
Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin said next week the Finance Ministry will submit changes to the 2009 budget to the State Duma that will redirect funds reserved for capitalizing banks through the use of government bonds and state guarantees.

Prokhorov Agrees to Larger Stake In RusAl

By Yulia Fedorinova / Vedomosti
Under a new restructuring plan, the billionaire would convert a $1.8 billion debt into RusAl shares, bringing his stake to 19.2 percent.

Nesterenko Optimistic on New U.S. Arms Treaty

Andrei Nesterenko said Friday that Moscow hopes that the next round of U.S.-Russian arms control talks produce a deal before the 1991 Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty expires on Dec. 5.

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