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Lavrov Warns U.S. on Missile Deal

Time for reaching an agreement over U.S. and NATO plans for a European missile shield is running out, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Wednesday, but stressed that talk of a new arms race between Moscow and Washington is greatly overblown.

Fast VTB Growth Raises Eyebrows

State-controlled bank VTB has been at the heart of the state's expanding presence in the domestic financial market, but industry insiders and ex-employees are critical of the bank.

Voters Create League, and Putin Offers Talks

A group of prominent figures unveiled on Wednesday a grassroots group dedicated to fighting election fraud — and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin immediately declared that he was ready to meet with them.

95 People Punished Over 3,000 Parliamentary Vote Violations

A total of 95 people across the country have been punished over some 3,000 legal violations during the State Duma elections last month.

Sberbank Echoes Liquidity Warnings

Sberbank head German Gref said Wednesday that the financial crisis in Europe has effectively closed the continent's debt markets to domestic companies and more needs to be done to preserve liquidity in the Russian financial sector.

Shuvalov: Russia at 'Boundary'

The anti-government rallies across Russia last month were an indication of the country's active economic development rather than political instability, and more protests are possible with the future growth of Russia's economy.

Joy Riders Prefer Taking Spins in VAZ, Japanese Cars

Drivers of Japanese cars and Ladas might want to invest in some extra security measures.

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