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News Analysis: Message to Workers Aggravates Middle Class

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin tried to appeal to his core constituency — blue-collar workers and public sector employees — in his Thursday speech, where he ridiculed a wave of middle-class protests against him.

Naryshkin, Zhukov Head to Duma

A government shuffle advanced Thursday with Kremlin chief of staff Sergei Naryshkin and Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Zhukov stepping down to take seats in the State Duma.

Light Will Shine on State Procurement

As Russia awaits the World Trade Organization's final approval in Geneva on Friday, compliance with obligations to make government procurement more transparent are under way.

Q&A: Boeing Chief Rejects Cold War Mentality

Becoming one of the many taxi drivers with a Ph.D. was not what Sergei Kravchenko wanted to do 20 years ago. Today he is in charge of Boeing's largest operation outside the United States.

Gasoline Prices Drop on Market Competition

Filling up a gas tank in Moscow, St. Petersburg and many other places now costs 1 percent to 2 percent less, as LUKoil and TNK-BP have reduced prices, citing the competitive environment.

Putin Assails U.S. and Protesters

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin ridiculed opposition protesters, assailed the United States and hinted at further political reform in a traditional televised call-in show Thursday that bore all the hallmarks of a presidential campaign speech.

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