MOSCOW, Feb 5 (PRIME)
EU says Crimea return needed to lift anti-Russian sanctionsMOSCOW, Feb 5 (PRIME) -- The European parliament has named Crimea’s return to Ukraine as a mandatory condition to lift anti-Russian sanctions, according to a resolution published on the parliament’s Web site on Thursday.
PM: Hydrocarbon revenue of Russian budget falls to 45%
GORKI, Moscow Region, Feb 5 (PRIME)The share of revenue from sales of hydrocarbons in Russia’s budget fell to 45% from 70% several years ago, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said at a meeting with members of the United Russia party.
Naftogaz Ukraine says Gazprom still blocks reverse gas supplies
KIEV, Feb 5 (PRIME)Russian gas giant Gazprom is still blocking large scale reverse supplies of natural gas to Ukraine, and Kiev insists on talks on the matter with attraction of the European Commission, Yury Vitrenko, the director for business development at energy company Naftogaz Ukrainy, said Friday on his Facebook page.
Russia’s Mechel reaches restructuring deals with largest creditors
MOSCOW, Feb 5 (PRIME)Russian debt-ridden metals and mining company Mechel has reached debt restructuring deals with all largest creditors, Igor Zyuzin, chairman of the board of directors, told the company’s shareholders late Thursday.
Moscow antitrust finds MTS guilty of violating advert law
MOSCOW, Feb 5 (PRIME)A commission of the Moscow branch of Russia’s Federal Antimonopoly Service has found mobile operator MTS guilty of violating the law with advertisements of its Smart tariff, the authority said Friday.
MOSCOW, Jan 22 (PRIME) -- The Russian economy will stagnate at its best, but will avoid a sharp fall in 2016, Analytical Credit Ratings Agency (ACRA) CEO Yekaterina Trofimova said in an interview to PRIME on Friday.