MOSCOW A draft law proposing to limit foreign ownership in 'significant' Russian technology firms to 20% is not aimed at making its top search engine Yandex state-owned, the lawmaker behind the idea, Anton Gorelkin, said.
MOSCOW President Vladimir Putin has given officials until the end of August to make proposals on how Russia should assess commercial borrowers' risks under new international rules that the domestic banking sector plans to adopt, Economy Minister Maxim Oreshkin said.
* Bank to focus on digital products at home - CEO
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MOSCOW Russia's Gazprom, the world's largest conventional gas producer, has raised about $2.20 billion from selling a 2.9% stake to a single buyer at a large discount to the market price.
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MOSCOW, July 5 Megafon, Russia's second biggest
mobile phone operator, is considering selling real estate and
some other assets to reduce debt, the chief executive told
OSAKA/VIENNA Russia has agreed with Saudi Arabia to extend by six to nine months a deal with OPEC on reducing oil output, Russian President Vladimir Putin said, as oil prices come under renewed pressure from rising U.S. supplies and a slowing global economy.
OSAKA Russia's president said on Saturday that Moscow would do all it could to improve relations with the United States that have been strained by years of diplomatic conflicts over Ukraine and accusations of Russian meddling in U.S. elections. | Video
OSAKA, June 29 Russia has agreed with Saudi
Arabia to extend by six to nine months a deal with OPEC on
reducing oil production, Russian President Vladimir Putin said.
OSAKA Many leaders of the world's top 20 economies on Friday voiced concern over trade tensions and the risk they pose to global growth, but were at loggerheads on key issues such as World Trade Organization (WTO) reform, Japanese and Russian delegates said.