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Immersive show, "The Revenants" celebrates its 300th show with a celebrity cast
On October 25th, the immersive show "The Revenants" will reach its 300th show starring a celebrity cast.
Even the Specter of Sanctions Is Hurting Russia (Op-ed)
Sometimes just the promise of sanctions is as damaging as the real thing.
A new Belgian restaurant in Moscow
A new Belgian restaurant with an exclusive beer collection has opened near to the Red Square at Bolshoy Cherkassky Lane this month. ‘Trappist’ is the...
Money moved from Russia to the world on the rise – If you are a money mover, be smart about your choices
In an era of digital globalization, sending money digitally has become as natural and easy as buying from a convenience store.
The best DJs of the planet will light the dance floor of BUD Club
BUD Club, the main afterparty club of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, presents the names of the headliners that will light the dance floor and football fans from...
Beer and football is a traditional combination for millions football fans all over the world. However, in Moscow, some media are concerned about the lack...
International Parks Forum in Zaryadye park on June 28.
The International Parks Forum, which will bring together the best practices of Moscow, Budapest, London and Amsterdam in the field of landscaping, architecture...
Russia Extends Austria Gas Deal to 2040 After Putin’s Visit
The previous gas deal with Austria was set to expire by 2028.
Russian Energy Giants — Gazprom and Rosneft — Clash in International Gas Markets
Russian energy major Rosneft is challenging domestic rival Gazprom.
OPEC and Russia Prepared to Raise Oil Output Under U.S. Pressure
Oil hit its highest price since late 2014 at $80.50 a barrel this month.
Sanctioned Oligarch Deripaska Resigns as Director of Rusal
Deripaska hopes to persuade the U.S. government to rescind sanctions that have crippled his businesses.
American Businesses in Russia Are Struggling After U.S. Sanctions, Survey Says
Sanctions negatively affected the plans of 84 percent of American companies in Russia, the survey said.
Russia's Gazprom 'Satisfied' After Settling EU Antitrust Case Without Fines
EU antitrust regulators ended a seven-year-long investigation into Gazprom on Thursday.
Rusal CEO Quits as Company Warns on Debt Payments After U.S. Sanctions
The United States announced sanctions against Russia’s largest aluminum producer, Rusal, on April 6.
Russia's Top Banker Warns Moscow's Counter-Sanctions Could Backfire
Gref warned that criminalizing compliance with U.S. sanctions could force international firms to pull out of Russia.
Russia and Japan Warn U.S. of $1Bln Tariff Retaliation
Russia and Japan have warned they could retaliate against U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum by imposing sanctions.
Visa Trouble Keeps Russian Billionaire Abramovich From FA Cup Final — Reports
Relations between Britain and Russia hit a low after London accused Moscow of poisoning former double-agent Sergei Skripal.
The national award for import substitution "PRIORITET-2018"
“PRIORITET” is the first and the only prestigious branded award in the professional community of Russia which is given to the best enterprises of the...
“European, U.S. and Asian markets are strategically important areas for our business” – Roustamov Seyfeddin
Seyfeddin Roustamov, beneficial owner of PJSC Metafrax, one of the largest producers of methanol and its derivatives, spoke about the company's strategy...
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