Economy & Business

18 January 2017
Karimova Questioned by Swiss Prosecutors

Uzbek authorities seek to recover some of the huge assets allegedly linked to late leader’s daughter.

 
17 January 2017
Kyiv, Moscow Carry Row to London Courtroom

The two sides will face off at the first hearing in a dispute over $3 billion in unpaid debt.

 
12 January 2017
Baku Juggles Finances to Shore Up Manat

Oil price rebound has yet to restore confidence in the battered currency.

 
10 January 2017
Moscow Lands Second Hard Punch on LinkedIn
Dispute over data storage law underlines rising state control over the Russian internet.
 
Minnikhanov
4 January 2017
Tatarstan Balks at Moscow’s Austerity Measures
Federal deficit expected to reach nearly $50 billion this year unless oil price rebounds.
 
3 January 2017
Iran Loses Access to Turkmen Gas

Shutoff could prove more costly for Ashgabat than Tehran.

 
Igor Kolomoisky 100
19 December 2016
Ukraine Takes Over Oligarch-Owned Bank

Government says the move will help shore up the shaky banking sector.

 
6 December 2016
Praise and Derision for Russian Banker’s PR Stunt Premium

Sberbank chief's Robocop-like appearance fuels buzz on the huge gap between the privileged and ordinary people.

 
6 December 2016
Serbia, Bulgaria Eye Lucrative Airport Selloffs Premium

Rising passenger numbers at Southern Europe, Eastern European airports push growth across the EU.

 

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