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New Russian pension reform fuels nationalization fears

Oct 03 2013

MOSCOW Russia's government approved a pension system overhaul on Thursday that will give it tighter control over savings accumulated by private funds while reducing the burden of an ageing population on the state's budget.

Moscow Exchange: no downside left for stock market

Sep 23 2013

MOSCOW Russia's stock market is set to rebound, thanks in part to reforms to bring trading in line with international norms, Moscow Exchange's chief executive said on Monday.

G20 backs fundamental reform of corporate taxation

Jul 19 2013

LONDON/MOSCOW The G20 backed a "fundamental" rethink of the rules on taxing multinational corporations on Friday, taking aim at loopholes used by companies such as Apple and Google to avoid billions of dollars in taxes. | Video

G20 backs fundamental reform of corporate taxation

Jul 19 2013

LONDON/MOSCOW The G20 backed a "fundamental" rethink of the rules on taxing multinational corporations on Friday, taking aim at loopholes used by companies such as Apple and Google to avoid billions of dollars in taxes.

G20 backs fundamental reform of corporate taxation

Jul 19 2013

LONDON/MOSCOW The G20 backed a "fundamental" rethink of the rules on taxing multinational corporations on Friday, taking aim at loopholes used by companies such as Apple and Google to avoid billions of dollars in taxes.

Russian central banker declares homes in U.S., Mexico

Jul 17 2013

MOSCOW A senior Russian central bank official has declared ownership of six apartments in Mexico and a home in the United States, possibly leaving him open to criticism as President Vladimir Putin campaigns to curtail holdings of foreign assets.

Putin beefs up Kremlin control over economic policy

Jun 24 2013

MOSCOW Russian President Vladimir Putin appointed Andrei Belousov on Monday as his economic adviser, beefing up his Kremlin staff with an advocate of greater state action to revive the weak economy.

Putin beefs up Kremlin control over economic policy

Jun 24 2013

MOSCOW Russian President Vladimir Putin appointed Andrei Belousov on Monday as his economic adviser, beefing up his Kremlin staff with an advocate of greater state action to revive the weak economy.

Exit strategies, spillovers vex G20 finance officials

Jun 07 2013

ST PETERSBURG, Russia The Group of 20 nations is intensifying its debate on how to withdraw the fiscal and monetary stimulus measures that developed nations have used to counter economic recession, Russia said on Friday.

Exit strategies, spillovers vex G20 finance officials

Jun 07 2013

ST PETERSBURG, Russia The Group of 20 nations is intensifying its debate on how to withdraw the fiscal and monetary stimulus measures that developed nations have used to counter economic recession, Russia said on Friday.

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