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News Analysis: Chinese FDI Begins to Justify the Relationship

It appears that China is steadily stepping up efforts to build and own assets in Russia, bringing the economic relationship beyond just bilateral trade.

Hotels Plan to Expand, Despite Challenges

International hotel giants said Tuesday that they are committed to capitalizing on the booming domestic market, with dozens of additional hotels to be opened across the country over the next several years.

Kudrin Publishes Manifesto

Former Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin systematically laid out the potential pitfalls of Russia's economic policy and described his own 5-point plan in an open letter Tuesday carried by Kommersant newspaper.

Occupy Wall Street Protests Find Little Resonance in Moscow

They've swarmed the streets of New York, spread to cities across America and erupted in fury in European capitals, but the Occupy Wall Street protests popping up around the globe have yet to materialize in Russia.

'Robinson Crusoe' Saved in White Sea

The Moscow Times
A 25-year-old Arkhangelsk resident was on the verge of slashing his wrists after 16 days on a remote, barren island in the White Sea when he was saved by a rescue helicopter — that was not looking for him.

Deadly Blast Near Moscow May Be Bomb

The Moscow Times
Investigators were studying Tuesday whether a gas leak or possibly a malfunction at a terrorist bomb workshop caused an explosion that brought down the upper walls in an apartment building in the Moscow region, killing at least one person and leaving dozens homeless.

Nashi’s State Sponser May Get New Power to Distribute Money

The State Duma is set to reform the way the state sponsors children and youth organizations, vesting the Federal Youth Agency with more power in distributing money.

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