PRESS DIGEST - RUSSIA - July 3
MOSCOW, July 3
MOSCOW, July 3 (Reuters) - The following are some of the leading stories in Russia's newspapers on Wednesday. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
- The paper runs an interview with the CEO of German consumer goods and glue maker Henkel, who says Russia is third-largest world market for the company.
- None of the three Glonass-M satellites that were destroyed during a failed rocket launch on Tuesday were insured, the daily writes.
- The crash of a Russian rocket carrying Proton-M navigation satellite on Tuesday may prompt an emergency reform of the space industry, the paper cites Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin.
- Russia's lower house of parliament on Wednesday will debate a large-scale reform of the Russian State Academy of Sciences proposed by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev's cabinet, the paper writes.
- The daily runs an interview with the head of Boeing's operations in Russia and the CIS, Sergey Kravchenko, who says Boeing may outrun Airbus's results in Russia and the CIS this year. ($1 = 33.0615 Russian roubles) (Compiled by Ludmila Danilova)
- Japan expands army footprint for first time in 40 years, risks angering China
- South Korea recovers first bodies from inside sunken ferry
- Prosecutors extend Korea ferry captain's detention as death toll mounts |
- South Korea recovers first bodies from inside sunken ferry |
- Mediator heads to east Ukraine, seeking surrenders |