Economy & Business

20 September 2004
Kremlin Oil & Gas Corp Premium
In one huge move, the Kremlin has created a global giant, may have resolved the question of Yukos' fate, and has undone another part of Yeltsin's legacy.
By Dmitri Litvinovich
16 August 2004
To K2 and Beyond
18 years after Chernobyl, Ukraine looks to increase its reliance on nuclear power.
By Oleg Ivanov
2 August 2004
A Putin Family? Premium
Russian authorities tighten the screws on Yukos by reviving murder charges, while a key ally of President Putin eyes its assets.
By Sergei Borisov
26 July 2004
Dying To Make a Living Premium
The worst accident since 2002 claims the lives of 36 in Ukraine’s mining heartland.
By Oleg Ivanov
19 July 2004
When an Asset is a Threat Premium
Recent floods highlight Tajikistan's inability to harness one of its most valuable resources--water. A partner post from EurasiaNet.
By Konstantin Parshin
12 July 2004
The Final Countdown? Premium
Yukos head offers up his shares in a last-ditch attempt to save the company.
By Sergei Borisov
12 July 2004
Orlen Commission Begins Work Premium
Marek Belka hoped to depoliticize the country's biggest oil company by getting rid of its president, but the opposition has other plans.
6 July 2004
Planting Seeds for an EU Cash Harvest Premium
Once the backbone of Poland's vociferous anti-EU movement, farmers are starting to see the cold, hard benefits of doing business with Brussels.
By Wojciech Kosc
9 June 2004
PPP for Croatia’s Tourism Industry? Premium
The Croatian government proposes a public-private partnership to privatize hotels on the beautiful island of Hvar, but many fear the process may not be transparent.
By Zeljka Vujcic
4 June 2004
The Tsar and His Boyars Premium
Lukashenka has cowed his courtiers and there is no sign yet of a palace coup. Nor, perhaps, will there ever be one.
By Vitali Silitski



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