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Russia to resume some beef and pork imports from Brazil

Oct 31 2018

MOSCOW/SÃO PAULO Russia's agriculture safety watchdog said on Wednesday it would allow imports of beef and pork from nine Brazilian plants to resume from Thursday, ending an 11-month ban triggered by food safety concerns.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-Russia to resume beef, pork imports from Brazil -watchdog

Oct 31 2018

MOSCOW/SÃO PAULO, Oct 31 Russia's agriculture safety watchdog said on Wednesday it would allow imports of beef and pork from nine Brazilian plants beginning on Thursday, ending an 11-month ban triggered by concerns about the safety of their meat products.

Putin and Trump set to meet in Paris on November 11

Oct 23 2018

MOSCOW U.S. President Donald Trump and Russia's Vladimir Putin plan to meet in Paris next month, officials said on Tuesday, their first encounter since a summit in Helsinki that unleashed a storm of criticism that Trump was cosying up to the Kremlin.

BASF and Nornickel join forces in European EV battery push

Oct 22 2018

FRANKFURT/MOSCOW Germany's BASF and Russian miner Norilsk Nickel (Nornickel) have struck a nickel and cobalt supply deal to meet growing demand for electric vehicle (EV) batteries.

RPT-Russian firms test non-dollar deals to sidestep any U.S. sanctions

Oct 19 2018

MOSCOW, Oct 18 Several major Russian companies are exploring ways to do deals abroad without using dollars, spurred on by a U.S. threat to broaden sanctions that have impeded access of some Russian firms to the international banking system.

Russian firms test non-dollar deals to sidestep any U.S. sanctions

Oct 18 2018

MOSCOW Several major Russian companies are exploring ways to do deals abroad without using dollars, spurred on by a U.S. threat to broaden sanctions that have impeded access of some Russian firms to the international banking system.

Russian firms test non-dollar deals to sidestep any U.S. sanctions

Oct 18 2018

MOSCOW, Oct 18 Several major Russian companies are exploring ways to do deals abroad without using dollars, spurred on by a U.S. threat to broaden sanctions that have impeded access of some Russian firms to the international banking system.

Russian tycoon sues Sotheby's for $380 million over art deals

Oct 03 2018

MOSCOW/NEW YORK Dmitry Rybolovlev, a Russian billionaire and owner of Monaco soccer club, has sued Sotheby's for at least $380 million, alleging the auction house helped his former art adviser to defraud him.

Kremlin on Skripal suspect identification: 'Many people look alike'

Sep 27 2018

MOSCOW The Kremlin on Thursday cast doubt on photographs that appeared to show a suspect in the Skripal poisoning case was a Russian intelligence officer, saying that "many people look alike."

Tougher quality checks, stronger rouble slow Russian grain exports

Sep 25 2018

MOSCOW, Sept 25 Russia's grain exports are slowing due to tougher quality controls at ports following complaints from major buyers, along with a stronger rouble currency, analysts, traders and an industry lobby said.

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