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U.S. Considers Missile Defense Plans

The Obama administration is actively looking into alternatives to the missile defense plans that roiled U.S.-Russian relations under George W. Bush.

Trouble Lurks in the Aisles of Supermarkets

X5 and Magnit posted high profits last week despite a sector-wide slump, but looming regulation and wary consumers are likely to cause trouble for food retailers down the road.

UN Warns on Tower Ahead of St. Pete Debate

UNESCO on Friday renewed its warning that St. Petersburg was jeopardizing its status as a World Heritage site, ahead of final public hearings on Gazproms plans to build a 400-meter skyscraper visible from the city center.

Russian Traders Robbed at Cherkizovsky

Billions of rubles in goods have been stolen from Russian traders' closed stalls at Moscow's Cherkizovsky Market over the past few weeks, a trader representative said Monday.

Yamadayev Murder Suspects Plead Not Guilty

Two suspects in the Dubai killing of Sulim Yamadayev, a bitter foe of Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov, entered not guilty pleas in court Monday.

A Terminal Situation

By Svetlana Petrova / Vedomosti
Hundreds of small players will soon be squeezed out of the $10 billion electronic terminal market, while new regulations could end up bringing the entire industry to a halt.

LUKoils Q2 Profit Beats Expectations

LUKoil said its net profit for the period fell 44 percent to $2.32 billion due to plummeting oil prices, though a poll of 10 analysts gave an average forecast of $1.8 billion.

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