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Canadian-Russian Group Wins Opel

As Sberbank touts the low cost of the deal and GAZ draws up Opel production plans, Putin takes his own GAZ car for a spin.

Crude Is Back for Now, But Not on Demand

This year’s federal budget, which only recently appeared doomed to an ugly 8 percent deficit, is beginning to look a lot healthier thanks to spiraling inflation, a weakened currency and a surge of optimism.

Gazprom Scrambles for LNG Market

Gazprom has announced that it is speeding up its plans to sell more gas by tankers to a wider range of customers as it faces a sharp drop in demand from its traditional consumers in Europe.

VTB Eases Worries on Share Issue

The Moscow Times
VTB will most likely not sell all of the shares that it planned to offer last fall, chief financial officer Nikolai Tsekhomsky said at meeting with minority shareholders Friday.

EU Aid for Ukraine Loan Looks Unlikely

The European Union is unlikely to meet a Russian request to help Ukraine with payments for billions of dollars worth of Russian gas, European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said Friday.

Dozens of Students Detained In Egypt

Several dozen Russian students have been detained in Egypt in document checks just days before U.S. President Barack Obama pays a visit to Cairo.

Searching for the Song of Moscow's Nightingales

A group of volunteers had their ears open in parks and on streets this weekend for the sound of a nightingale’s distinctive song.

A New York Actress in Moscow

While in Moscow on a recent visit, OBIE award-winning actress and playwright Heidi Schreck found time to check out a number of shows. I cornered her in a cafe with my trusty digital camera and coerced her into spilling the beans: So, what did she think?

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