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Gazprom Says Naftogaz Ukrainy Paid in Full

Gazprom said Thursday that it received full payment from Ukraine's state energy firm for February gas deliveries, easing fears of a renewed cutoff to European customers. Posted 6:36 p.m.

Clinton Says NATO Must Make Fresh Start With Russia

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Thursday it was time for NATO to make a new start with Russia but urged the alliance to leave open the door to membership for former Soviet states Ukraine and Georgia, which Moscow opposes.

Doubts Hang Over State-Backed Car Loans

Car industry insiders say a government initiative to subsidize interest rates on car loans does not add up.

Rosneft Reports Q4 Profit Declined 64%

Rosneft, Russia's largest oil producer, said profit declined 64 percent in the fourth quarter as crude prices fell while taxes and costs rose.

Bank of Moscow Sees Profit Drop by 61%

Bank of Moscow, the country's fifth-largest lender by asset size, saw its profits drop 61 percent last year after it increased its loan-loss provisions and reported trading losses.

Judge Won't Quit Khodorkovsky Trial

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Defense lawyers say their appeal for the judge to recuse himself was a 'last resort' after he dismissed their motions a day earlier.

NATO Wants Formal Meeting With Russia

NATO will aim for a high-level meeting with Russia soon if alliance ministers agree Thursday to resume formal ties with Moscow, a NATO spokesman said Wednesday.

Oil Pipeline Fire Halts 20% of Export Supply

An oil leak and a fire on a pipeline in central Russia have halted one-fifth of supplies of the world's second-largest oil exporter to global markets on Wednesday for at least a few days.

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