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Moscow Hits the Road to Sell Itself Abroad

It is the first time that Moscow attempts to reach out to investors in such a way and is part of a new public relations drive.

What the Papers Say, Mar. 27, 2013

BBC Monitoring
A roundup of today's Russian-language newspapers

BRICS to Set UP Joint Business Council

Russia and four other major emerging economies on Wednesday agreed to set up a council that seeks to facilitate joint business projects.

Putin Steps Up Support for People's Front

President Vladimir Putin is set to attend a forum organized by the All-Russia People's Front on Friday in a show of support for the movement he created almost two years ago to garner votes for the increasingly unpopular United Russia party.

Unannounced Checks of NGOs Persist

Prosecutors on Wednesday continued performing unannounced inspections of nongovernmental organizations, checking the Moscow offices of three prominent groups and summoning two human rights leaders for questioning.

Zhukovsky Election to Affect Local Aircraft Industry

Sunday's mayoral election in Zhukovsky, known as the birthplace of Russian aviation, will not only become a test for the ruling United Russia party, but will also play a critical role in the future of the aircraft industry.

Magnitsky Used Illegal Tax Scheme, Former Co-Worker Says

A former co-worker of lawyer Sergei Magnitsky testified Wednesday in the posthumous trial of Magnitsky on tax evasion charges, saying the deceased defendant illegally implemented a tax scheme that provided benefits to companies employing disabled people.

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