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Kremlin Think Tank Paints a Dark Picture

By Ira Iosebashvili
An influential government think tank criticized key aspects of the state's response to the crisis Monday and said small business could lead the way to reviving the economy.

Moscow Welcomes 'Reset' of U.S. Ties

The administration of U.S. President Barack Obama has made a first crucial step toward breaking the ice between Washington and Moscow, winning carefully worded approval from the Russian government.

Kremlin Aide Sees Bad Assets Program

State-run banks may co-manage toxic assets they get from borrowers who default on loans, the Kremlin's top economic aide, Arkady Dvorkovich, said in an interview Friday.

Barroso, Putin Trade Barbs on Human Rights

EU and Russian officials fail to resolve trade disputes during high-level talks, but they stress each other’s importance as a partner.

AvtoVAZ Sending Mixed Messages

AvtoVAZ said in a statement late Friday that it was stopping its conveyors indefinitely, despite comments earlier in the day from the company's president that supply problems would not force a halt to production.

New Market Rules in Offing for Irate Traders

MICEX's CEO says the changes will offer predictability and 'huge progress' in how the stock markets work.

Russia's Image Takes Major Hit, Poll Finds

Russia's image around the world took a dramatic dive last year, according to an opinion poll released Friday by the BBC World Service.

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