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Sanctions barring EU firms from providing Crimea with energy technology were said to have been ignored by Russia.
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Russian interest rates have fallen to 9.5% on the back of better inflation data.
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Rosneft's quarterly net profit fell by 75 percent as crude oil prices declined, but Russia's top oil producer also blamed heavy investment in the period.
Putin attempts to reassure Russia as economy continues to decline
Russian interest rates on hold, inflation outlook uncertain
Russia's central bank has left its main lending rate at 11 percent and signalled that it is not looking at cuts to the cost of borrowing anytime soon as it focuses on keeping inflation under control.
Avtovaz boss Bo Andersson is out following sales slump
Russian car ,manufacturer Avtovaz has dumped its chief executive Bo Andersson after the Lada maker reported a record loss following slumping sales.
Russia's central bank governor wants to lower risks from forex fluctuations
Russian central bank governor Elvira Nabiullina says the bulk of banking loans in Russia should be in roubles to minimise risks related to currency fluctuations.
Moscow authorities defend bulldozing of small businesses
The authorities in Moscow have defended their right to demolish small businesses they say are illegal and unsafe. Last week they sent bulldozers to
To Russia with cash: Chinese tourists offset fall in Western visitors
Russia is enjoying a tourism boom of Chinese visitors who have become the largest group of foreign visitors with numbers more than doubling last year compared with 2014.
Russian recession set to deepen says central bank
Russia's economy is set to dip deeper into recession according to the latest central bank forecasts as the Kremlin looks at selling stakes in state owned companies.
Russia economy shrank 3.7% in 2015, inflation up 13%, retail sales fall 10%
Russia's economy contracted by 3.7 percent in 2015 according to the government statistics service in Moscow. They said retail sales fell by 10 percent and capital investment by 8.4 percent.
Rouble hits new lows, Kremlin unruffled
The rouble slumped to new record lows on Thursday, threatening more hardship for ordinary Russians, but the Kremlin denied the currency was collapsing.
Russia enforces stricter currency exchange rules
Russia has put into force measures to keep a closer eye on exchanges from rubles to foreign currency. The Russian Central Bank has decreed that
Russia boosts oil exports to Asia, denting OPEC's drive for customers
Russian crude oil exports to Asian countries have increased by almost a quarter this year according to data compiled by Reuters. Sales rose 23
Iran boosts gas export capacity with eye on post-sanctions era
The Russian President Vladimir Putin on his first visit to Iran in eight years has held talks with Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei. Ostensibly for a
Putin swats down Russian worries on annual televised call-in
Concerning everything Russians want to know about their president’s worldview, once a year, Vladimir Putin accepts their questions, sent through a
Russia Finance Minister slams 'political character' of Moody's downgrade
Ratings agency Moody’s has downgraded Russia’s sovereign rating to below investment grade or junk status, citing the impact from the Ukraine crisis