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Russia says legalising crypto for payments is a matter of time
"The question is, when this happens, how it will be regulated, now that the central bank and government are actively working on it," said Russia's industry and trade minister.
G7 leaders pledge to ban or phase out Russian oil imports
France, Germany, Italy, Britain, Japan, Canada and the USA say stopping the flow of Russian oil will cut the main artery of Vladimir Putin’s economy and deny him the revenue he needs to fund the war.
Russian sanctions 'will only be real once oil and gas imports are hit'
The EU wants to ban coal imports from Russia. But economist Vicky Pryce says sanctions will only bite once Russian gas and oil are targeted.
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The West has so far resisted sanctions on Russian energy. But in the face of alleged war crimes, some in Europe are pushing for an outright ban.
McDonald's franchisees keep restaurants in Russia open
Mcdonald's has temporarily closed all of the Russian outlets that it owns because of the country's invasion of Ukraine -- but around 100 under franchise remain open.
Which are some of the Western firms still operating in Russia?
Many Western companies have stopped their Russian operations to comply with sanctions, but some very recognisable brands are still doing business there - so what's the deal?
As sanctions bite, how much economic pain is Putin willing to take?
The Russian president has predicted his country will emerge more independent and self-sufficient from international isolation.
Russians queue for cash as sanctions bite and hyperinflation looms
Russians wary that sanctions over the invasion of Ukraine would deal a crippling blow to their economy have been flocking to banks and ATMs for days.
Russia's Central Bank scrambles to deal with sanctions, falling rouble
Russian central bank scrambles to contain fallout of sanctions
EU27 agree 'massive and severe' Russia sanctions over Ukraine invasion
Meeting in Brussels, EU leaders agreed on sanctions to hit several sectors at the heart of Russia's economy, with more details to be given on Friday.
Russia's central bank proposes ban on crypto use and mining
Energy consumption has been cited as a reason for a potential ban in Russia, the world's third-largest crypto mining hub.
First stage of Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline is complete, says Putin
The controversial project aims to deliver Russian gas to Germany.
Russia unveils €390 billion plan to overhaul its economy
The money will be shared between 13 so-called National Projects which include increasing the fertility rate and reducing air pollution in cities.
Could Russia's plan to shun the dollar boost its economy?
The government is preparing a bill to ‘de-dollarize’ the Russian economy in response to incoming US sanctions. Drawn-up using ideas from VTB bank head Andrei Kostin, the bill could be approved by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev in just two weeks.
Market analysts assess impact of Russia sanctions
New round of sanctions by the US targets top businessmen close to the Kremlin
How owners of SME's see the Russian election
Russians are due to go to the polls, but not all are fully behind Putin. Euronews spoke to people working for and creating small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) to see what issues are affecting the
Siemens threatens legal action over Russia's 'use of its turbines' in Crimea
Sanctions barring EU firms from providing Crimea with energy technology were said to have been ignored by Russia.
Russian creates special unit to protect state sovereignty
Russia’s upper parliament, the Federation Council, has adopted a motion to prevent foreign powers interfering in its internal affairs. It has set
Kremlin critic Navalny jailed, hundreds arrested at anti-Putin protests
Russian opposition leader and anti-corruption campaigner Alexei Navalny was sentenced to 30 days in prison after a day of protests against President Vladimir Putin that saw hundreds of people arrested.
Gazprom joins queue of companies threatening to leave London
Russian energy giant Gazprom set up shop in London in 1999 and has traded there ever since, but it may quit The City if Britain undergoes a "hard" Brexit that might amputate Gazprom's biggest market.
Russian central bank confounds forecasts with interest rate cut
Russian interest rates have fallen to 9.5% on the back of better inflation data.
Is it all going swimmingly for Vladimir Putin?
By Anders Åslund, senior fellow at the Atlantic Council in Washington After more than two years of economic contraction, Russia seems to have
Russia's Lavrov: "We expect relations with Washington to become smoother"
European allies are nervous, while Moscow seems delighted about the change of guard in Washington
Russians go to polls in parliamentary election
Russians are going to the polls in a parliamentary election, expected to give the ruling United Russia party even greater dominance of the lower house.
Russian key interest rate unchanged
Russia's central bank has kept it key interest rate unchanged at 10.5 percent even as inflation falls.
Junker and Putin talk in St Petersburg
Russian President Vladimir Putin has addressed the St.