Yukos was once Russia’s biggest oil producer and briefly its most valuable company.
Clashes in the wake of last year’s Nagorno-Karabakh war have become more frequent in recent months.
Russia's GDP increased by 4.6% y/y in H1 2021, with growth accelerating to 10.1% in the second quarter.
Abramovich is suing British journalist Catherine Belton and her publisher HarperCollins over Belton’s 2020 book "Putin’s People".
Russia’s recent history has repeatedly shown that August is a month when surprises, usually bad, can happen more often than in any other month.
E-commerce platforms in Russia will have to disclose their ranging algorithms and guarantee participants a possibility to control prices, according to proposals currently considered by the federal anti-monopoly service.
The total profit for 1H21 reached RUB1.2 trillion, helped by strong retail lending.
The acquisition is aimed at expanding MTS Group’s portfolio of digital financial services for B2B clients.
The EU on 14 July unveiled the details of its proposed Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism, which aims to protect EU CO2 emitters from carbon leakage by making exporters to the EU market pay for the CO2 they produce.
Wildberries' assets to be blocked in Ukraine and it will be prevented from moving goods through the country.
Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin said he plans "unprecedented" set of economic measures to support development of the Kuril Islands.
A few days ago China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi spent three days visiting President Bashar al Assad in Syria, the first foreign dignitary the Syrian president has hosted since the start of his new term.
Developing the route that will cut up to 19 days off the journey time between Southeast Asia and Northwest Europe is part of Russia’s efforts to exploit the Arctic as global warming opens it up to sea traffic.
Inflationary pressure higher and more persistent than forecast, says CBR, warning of signs of overheating in some sectors.
Russia has been considering the concept of a "sovereign internet”, namely cutting itself off from the World Wide Web.
Raging fires have been an increasing occurrence in Siberian summers, with the trend widely attributed to climate change, which has caused temperatures in the vast Taiga forest to spike each year.
Following cluster of Vienna incidents, US has stepped up investigation into possible attacks made with directed pulsed microwave energy.
The world’s largest global debt and equity investors are continuing to invest in renewable energy despite the pandemic, driven by the wealth of investment opportunities, the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis said.
Dismay in Ukraine as agreement allows controversial gas pipeline to be completed without further US sanctions.
Could a Russian tech company ever be targeted by a SPAC, the special purpose acquisition companies that raise money with a list and only then try and acquire a promising company. Russia is about to see its first SPAC.