Eight out of ten (82%) Russians use some sort of fintech service making it the third most developed market in the world, according to a study by Ernst & Young.
Russian President Vladimir Putin met with his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko on December 7 to try and bring their two countries closer together into a single market modeled on the EU. What will Minsk gain from the deal?
Poland is ready if Russia cuts gas transit to the EU across Ukraine this winter, oil and gas company PGNIG said in a statement on December 11.
Improvement in the corporate capital flows in November supports a constructive near-term view on the ruble and adds to the list of arguments in favour of a rate cut
Yuri Luzhkov was mayor of Moscow for nearly two decades and presided over the total transformation of the Russian capital.
Russia and Ukraine met in court again on December 9 at the start of a hearing to settle an argument over a $3bn Eurobond that Kyiv bought from Moscow in December 2013 under former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych.
It was a long and gruelling day for the leaders of Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany who met in Paris in the Normandy Four format for the first time in three years to try and restart the process of bringing an end to the undeclared Donbas war.
RVC, the Russian state-owned fund of funds dedicated to innovation, and Russian Railways have teamed up to launch to two venture funds for industrial and digital investments, reports East-West Digital News.
Russian oligarch and president of the Olympic fencing committee Alisher Usmanov weighed into the doping scandal on December 6, sending a letter to the Olympic committee saying competing under the national flag is a right, not a privilege.
Sales of new passenger cars and light commercial vehicles (LCVs) in Russia continued its decline, decreasing by 6.4% in November 2019, according to the report by the AEB Automobile Manufacturers Committee.
The ten GAZ workers on a road trip across Europe to highlight the plight of Russia's second largest car plant arrived in Vienna on December 4 and delivered a letter to the US ambassador to highlight their plight.
Russian president claims Bulgaria is under "international pressure" to delay pipeline project, while section via neighbouring Serbia is nearly finished.
The Russian TamTam messaging service got caught up in the London Bridge terror attack after Islamic State used the little known service to claim responsibility for the attack that claimed the lives of two Londoners.
The price Europe pays for Russian gas fell to its lowest level in 15 years, according to Russian national gas company Gazprom’s accounts.
In a sign of the complex politics surrounding climate change, CEE has huge opportunities for investment into two growth areas: renewable energy and airports, finds a new study by law firm CMS.
What are the odds on China, Iran and Russia creating a new world currency? On Moscow slashing oil production? And on Hungary making a ‘Huxit’ while Trump gets an election hammering?
Analysts were caught off guard by the sudden plunge of Russia’s November manufacturing PMI result to 45.6, the lowest result in a decade, from an already low 47.2 in October.
Russia’s Gazprom flagship Power of Siberia gas pipeline mega-project that connects Russia’s Siberian gas fields with China came online on December 2, after the investment of billions of dollars that will earn the company billions more
Russia’s IHS Markit Russia Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index tumbled to 45.6 in November, down from 47.2 in October – the worst performance across the Russian manufacturing sector for over a decade.
On November 21, some of Russia’s top writers, journalists, academics, scientists and publishers gathered in Moscow for the annual “Enlightenment Prize”. The purpose of the annual Prize is to support Russian scientists and science journalists