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10/20/2010

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Interros Plays a Card Before Norilsk Shareholder Meeting

Vladimir Potanin’s Interros Holding said Tuesday that it has terminated a cooperation agreement with RusAl, calling for an end to “destructive actions” toward Norilsk Nickel, in which both sides hold a 25 percent stake.

France Says Visa-Free Deal Possible Before 2025

Europe and Russia can build a visa-free zone with common economic and security spaces before 2025, French President Nicolas Sarkozy said Tuesday.

Gazprom Neft Pushes Into Lubricants

Gazprom Neft said Tuesday that it began construction on facilities for the mixing, packaging, storage and shipment of automobile and industrial lubricants.

Court Rejects Hermitage Lawsuit

A Moscow court on Tuesday rejected a request by Hermitage Capital to regain control over three subsidiaries that the fund's lawyer Sergei Magnitsky suspected had been used by the police to steal government money.

Bombers Storm Chechen Parliament

A brazen attack on the Chechen parliament in Grozny killed at least six people, including Islamist insurgents, and injured 17 others Tuesday morning, a sign that post-war stability in the republic remains fragile.

First MICEX, Then U.S. for Pharmsynthez

Pharmsynthez said it intends by 2014 to be the first Russian pharmaceutical company to list on a U.S. stock exchange, following its Moscow initial public offering next month.

United Russia Wins Nod in Modernization Rivalry

The Moscow Times
The ruling United Russia party emerged as the apparent winner in a race with its pro-Kremlin rival to create a pro-modernization movement called Go Russia after Prime Minister Vladimir Putin indirectly greenlighted its project Tuesday.

Attackers of Astrakhan Police Are 'Islamists, Not Vigilantes'

The Moscow Times
A string of attacks on policemen in Astrakhan this summer was carried out by radical Islamists whose leader was killed Tuesday after being identified by his detained followers, investigators said in a statement.

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