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At G20, No Warming of Chilly U.S.-Russia Ties

When Presidents Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin posed for the cameras outside Konstantinovsky Palace in St. Petersburg at the start of the G20 summit, they both wore wide grins on their faces.

Proposed Freeze on Utility Prices Seen as Politically Motivated

On the eve of elections, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev gave the government three days to prepare a feasibility study on how a possible freeze on natural monopolies' tariffs next year might affect economic growth and business in general.

Moscow Fetes Itself on City Day

The Moscow Times
About 1.5 million people attended City Day celebrations on Saturday, turning out for dozens of concerts, dance performances and other events sponsored by the city government to fete Moscow.

Navalny Confident in 2nd Round of Election

Opposition leader and mayoral candidate Alexei Navalny responded to the news of his defeat in the elections on Sunday with reassurances that there would be a second round.

Aeroflot Might Place 10% Stake on Moscow Exchange in 2014

State-controlled airline Aeroflot may place a stake of 10 percent on the Moscow Exchange next year, as part of the government's privatization plans, Kommersant newspaper reported Friday.

Sobyanin Result Close to 50% in Mayoral Vote, Exit Polls Say

Moscow residents voted for a new mayor on Sunday for the first time in about a decade, with acting Mayor Sergei Sobyanin holding a large lead according to exit poll results, but without a clear margin over 50 percent that would allow him to win the mayorship in the initial round of voting.

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