Moscow-based investment team looks at a growing Russian outfit
Gazprom is the world's third richest company. It's time for it to rise to the top, says its CEO, Alexei Miller
The reform of the electricity sector was launched with three goals in mind: to supply enough electricity for everyone, cut the number of accidents and blackouts, and fix acceptable prices for suppliers and consumers.
Russian munitions exports policy has come full circle in the last 20 years and now sales are growing again
We will keep our lead in the world arms market, says Rosoboronexport general director Anatoly Isaikin
In 1959, Soviet Premier Nikita Khruschev sampled Pepsi at an exhibition with U.S. Vice President Richard Nixon. In the 1970s, the company built its first factory in the USSR, and so began the history of Western beverages in the Russian market.
Many find it odd that Tver, an area twice as large as Switzerland in the very heart of Russia, located between Moscow and St. Petersburg, is practically unexplored by American businesses. Unfortunately, Tver's experiences with U.S. investment is repr
The 7th International Investment Forum, "Sochi-2008," will be held in Sochi, Krasnodar Region, from September 18 to 21, 2008. The city recently gained international prominence as the host of the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Norilsk Nickel's recently elected nine-member board of directors chose Vladimir Potanin as chairman Monday at its first meeting and named the deputy general director of Potanin's Interros Holding, Sergei Batekhin, as CEO.
Russia's government is willing to advance the country's light industry. The move is only possible in close cooperation with leading businesses
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