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CORRECTED-(OFFICIAL)-UPDATE 1-Russian giant copper project in talks to raise $1.25 bln

18 Sep 2018

* Udokan is one of the world's largest untapped copper deposits

CORRECTED-(OFFICIAL)--Russian giant copper project aims to raise $1.25 bln in 2018

18 Sep 2018

* Udokan is one of the world's largest untapped copper deposits

UPDATE 2-Traders wary of delays as Russia toughens grain export control

14 Sep 2018

* Move coincides with concerns about possible export curbs (Writes through to add traders' point of view)

'No progress' on financing of Russia-Iran wheat deal: Iran industry group

09 Sep 2018

MOSCOW Plans for a deal under which Russia and Kazakhstan are to supply wheat to Iran have stalled as "no progress" has been made in its financing, the secretary general of the Iran Federation of Food Industry Associations said.

Concerns over less milling wheat pose headache for Ukraine, Russia

30 Aug 2018

* Wheat traders see risk of potential informal curbs in Ukraine

UPDATE 1-Russia's Mechel swings to net profit, refinances debt in Q2

22 Aug 2018

MOSCOW, Aug 22 Russian coal and steel producer Mechel swung into a net profit in the second quarter from a loss in the same period of the previous year, and has obtained a loan to refinance its debt, the company said on Wednesday.

Heatwave ravages European fields, sending wheat prices soaring

02 Aug 2018

PARIS/MOSCOW/HAMBURG Searing heat has devastated wheat fields across northern Europe while a combination of dry conditions and extreme rain in the Black Sea have hit output estimates, with prices soaring on fears of further crop damage. | Video

For Russian business, Putin's summit win over Trump turns sour

26 Jul 2018

MOSCOW Russia's political and business leaders were quick to chalk up last week's summit with U.S. President Donald Trump as a victory for Vladimir Putin. Now some fear Putin may have overplayed a winning hand and are bracing for a U.S. sanctions backlash.

Russian steelmakers play down impact of EU's import curbs

18 Jul 2018

MOSCOW Russian steel producers played down the impact of the European Union's curbs on steel imports on Wednesday, which, according to analysts, may even allow some of them to increase supplies to the bloc compared with a year ago.

Russia's Megafon to delist from London, offers buyout

16 Jul 2018

MOSCOW Megafon , Russia's No.2 mobile phone operator, said on Monday it plans to delist from London shortly after completion of a $1.3 billion buyout of minority shareholders.

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