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Superjet crash to overshadow Russia's Farnborough

Jul 05 2012

MOSCOW Russia will remind the world of its air power history at the Farnborough Air Show next week as it battles to shift attention from the fatal crash of a new Superjet 100 plane, a disaster that could stall efforts to revive its aviation industry.

Superjet crash to overshadow Russia's Farnborough

Jul 05 2012

MOSCOW Russia will remind the world of its air power history at the Farnborough Air Show next week as it battles to shift attention from the fatal crash of a new Superjet 100 plane, a disaster that could stall efforts to revive its aviation industry.

Superjet crash to overshadow Russia's Farnborough

Jul 05 2012

MOSCOW Russia will remind the world of its air power history at the Farnborough Air Show next week as it battles to shift attention from the fatal crash of a new Superjet 100 plane, a disaster that could stall efforts to revive its aviation industry.

Russia's Summa to buy control of transport firm FESCO

Jun 19 2012

MOSCOW Russian investment and trading group Summa will make an offer to minor shareholders in transport group FESCO after agreeing to buy the controlling stake of businessman Sergei Generalov, the company's President said on Tuesday.

Smart meter firm Echelon eyes Russia

Jun 13 2012

MOSCOW U.S. energy-saving group Echelon expects to double sales of its smart meters in Russia in 2013 as it seeks to offset stagnant Western markets by responding to a growing Russian political will to cut energy waste.

Russia's VKontakte delays IPO after Facebook debacle

May 29 2012

MOSCOW Russian social network VKontakte says it won't risk going ahead with its planned initial public offering fearing a repeat of the botched Facebook float which left U.S. regulators red-faced and investors around the world fuming.

Global Ports ups dividend as profits rise, debts fall

Mar 26 2012

MOSCOW Russia's Global Ports hiked its full-year dividend more than expected on Monday and was confident that an upbeat outlook for economic growth would deliver a strong performance this year after it cut debts and increased profits in 2011.

Russia could block airlines from emission trading

Feb 20 2012

MOSCOW Russia may prohibit its airlines from carbon emission trading in protest against a European Union law it says is unfair, state carrier Aeroflot said on Monday.

Russia could block airlines from emission trading

Feb 20 2012

MOSCOW Russia may prohibit its airlines from carbon emission trading in protest against a European Union law it says is unfair, state carrier Aeroflot said on Monday.

Analysis: Russia's Mechel may lean on state as IPO hopes fade

Feb 03 2012

MOSCOW Russian steel and coking coal producer Mechel may have to call in state support to finance its $9 billion debt pile in 2012 if it once again fails to pull off an initial public offering of its mining unit in New York or London.

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