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Hints Emerge That 'Reset' Is Buoying U.S. Firms

In a possible sign of increased business activity amid the "reset" in U.S.-Russian ties, a U.S. government agency that assists U.S. companies enter and expand in Russia has seen an increase in demand over the past year.

Failed Travel Agency 'Stole' From Tourists

Investigators have opened a large-scale criminal fraud case against the management of one of Russia's largest tour operators, which left more than 3,500 clients stranded in Russia and abroad when it went bankrupt over the weekend.

First Electric Cars Take to the Road

The little boy was walking home from school when he spotted the bubble-shaped silver vehicle in the courtyard.

Volgograd Balks at Medvedev's Pick

President Dmitry Medvedev has met rare resistance in the appointment of a new governor, with supporters of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin balking at accepting a candidate tainted with vote-rigging allegations.

Bookmakers Say Odds Are on a Putin Victory

In the world of gambling, Russia's presidential election is turning into a sucker's bet.

Putin Presses for 'Full-Cycle' Farming

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said Tuesday that the government should introduce incentives for an increase in dairy production as imports grow.

Danish Bank Sees Reform as Inevitable

Russia's economic fate hangs in the balance and will depend on the outcome of the March 4 presidential election.

Elections Commission Says Putin Articles Were Informational, Not Campaigning

The Moscow Times
Articles published this month by Prime Minister Vladimir Putin in three major newspapers were not part of his presidential campaign, and were beneficial to voters in that they informed them about Putin's activities, the Central Elections Commission said Tuesday.

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