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Ad Dollars Move to TV and Internet

Companies have slashed spending on advertising in newspapers, magazines and billboards and put the money into television advertising as the economic crisis keeps consumers at home.

National Center for Missing Children to Open

The federal children’s ombudsman says the center will fight child pornography and help bring Russia in line with UN norms.

Gaidar, Market Reform Architect, Dead at 53

Gaidar's policies helped Russia's transition from communism and supporters say the reforms ultimately prevented Russia from spiraling into a civil war after the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union.

Gas Forum to Focus On Gaining Clout

The goal of turning the organization into a gas OPEC is off the agenda for the time being, the group's new chief executive Leonid Bokhanovsky said Tuesday.

Vietnamese Premier Bolsters Trade Links

The Moscow Times
Dung officially invited Russia to participate in the construction of his country’s first nuclear power plant, as Rosatom, the state’s nuclear arm, positions itself as a major player in the world’s nuclear power industry.

Kremlin to Press NATO Chief on Security Pact

A potentially thorny issue in the talks will be Medvedev’s initiative for a broader European-Atlantic security treaty, which is seen by many Western governments as an attempt to restore Moscow’s influence by undermining NATO.

Senator Apologizes for Hitting a Car

Alenichev apologized for his actions in a statement distributed by his United Russia party.

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