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Mironov Lays Out Election Strategy

Sergei Mironov's party, A Just Russia, is entering an election year with a dismal popularity rating despite its ties to the Kremlin — or perhaps because of them. Mironov spoke to The Moscow Times about his party, Vladimir Putin and elections.

Moscow Opposes Sanctions For Libyan Government

Despite violence in Libya, Moscow has rejected calls for sanctions against Colonel Moammar Gadhafi's government, with the Foreign Ministry arguing that sanctions would be ineffective.

Leisure Boating Market Sees Signs of Recovery

Russia's pleasure boat market is showing signs of recovery after a two-year lull. The fourth annual Moscow Boat Show features 166 Russian and international participants, compared with last year's 124.

Small Businesses Neglect Risks of Pirated Software, Study Says

Small and medium-sized companies may be overlooking potential business risks from using unlicensed software, which may add up to as much as $40,000 in damages a year, a study done for Microsoft by the International Data Corporation suggests.

Putin and Europe Still at Odds Over Pipelines

The Associated Press
Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and  European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso on Thursday clashed over EU plans to stop suppliers of oil or gas from directly managing pipelines — a move that threatens to hit Gazprom.

Russian Workers in Britain Enjoy Stability And Sea Air

Complete with Cyrillic signs and the ubiquitous sound of spoken Russian, Stratford is home to the highest concentration of Russians in London. But the wealthy Russians who settle in Britain would be "lost in the crowd" of these numerous economic migrants, according to one shop owner from Russia.

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