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Obama to Press Kremlin on Energy

U.S. President Barack Obama will press Russia to drop its “zero-sum” attitude on alternative energy supplies out of the former Soviet Union and offer cooperation in preventing climate change through better energy technology during a visit to Moscow next week, U.S. officials said.

Russia to Allow U.S. Arms Shipments to Afghanistan

The Associated Press
Russia will allow the United States to ship weapons across its territory to Afghanistan, a top Kremlin aide said Friday in a gesture aimed at bolstering U.S. military operations and improving strained ties between Washington and Moscow.

Obama to Visit Half Century After Famed Fair

Celebrations of the 1959 exhibition are to include the opening of a new Pepsi plant and a reception at the U.S. Embassy.

AvtoVAZ Won’t Last Without State Help

AvtoVAZ on Thursday announced a loss of 24.7 billion rubles ($791 million) in 2008 and said it may not be able to survive without further state support.

When Giving Birth at Home Goes Wrong

A midwife is on trial after eight home births ended tragically, shedding light on an unregulated practice.

Unilever Scoops Out $140M For Largest Ice Cream Plant

Unilever plans to spend $140 million on building Russia’s largest ice cream factory to tap the country’s increasing appetite for frozen desserts, a company executive said Thursday.

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