MOSCOW/BANGUI Russia has sent 300 military instructors to the Central African Republic at the request of the country's leadership to help counter a surge in rebel violence ahead of Sunday's election, Russia's foreign ministry said on Tuesday.
* Market weighs effects of Russia's Feb. 15-June 30 export
MOSCOW Russia is considering imposing a grain export quota and wheat export tax for Feb. 15-June 30, following President Vladimir Putin's criticism of rising food prices, four sources familiar with the government's discussions told Reuters.
MOSCOW Russian mining giant Norilsk Nickel, hit by a fuel spill at an Arctic power station in May, will spend $600 million by 2030 collecting Soviet-era waste around its Arctic sites, it said on Tuesday.
MOSCOW, Oct 22 Russia's largest gold producer
Polyus said on Thursday its giant Sukhoi Log gold
deposit in Siberia is the world's biggest by reserves.
MOSCOW, Oct 2 Russian companies are poised to
end a three-year drought for public share sales with a flurry of
deals in Moscow and New York as both winners and losers from the
COVID-19 pandemic look to raise funds.
MOSCOW Russian bank TCS Group Holding is in talks to sell its online bank Tinkoff to Russian internet group Yandex for $5.48 billion (£4.30 billion), the two companies said on Tuesday.
* Measures to bring $4.5 bln in fresh funds to budget per
* Hopes for progress in talks with Algeria, Iraq after
MINSK/MOSCOW Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said he had secured a pledge from Russia to provide comprehensive assistance if needed to ensure the security of his country in a phone call with President Vladimir Putin on Saturday. | Video