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Gold, silver and copper miner in difficulty as Moscow has listed Jersey, where it is headquartered, as an “unfriendly country”.
The Democratic Party has launched a series of protests against Prime Minister Edi Rama’s government, accusing it of corruption and failing to help citizens hit by rising living costs.
Move might enable gold and silver miner to carve out its Russian business.
The US government appears to be moving towards loosening restrictions on trade with Venezuela, at least partly out of a desire to address disruptions on the European oil market.
Turkish president may be trying to force Washington to cut his regime some slack. Biden ambassador nominee for Ankara has said he will push Turkey to “live up to its status as a Nato ally”.
The DNA was collected in western China’s police state, Xinjiang. Could the subjects have said no without fearing retribution?
Lydian International—which for two years has been trying but failing to progress its stalled, 75%-complete Amulsar gold mine project in Armenia, as it has been blocked from the site by ...
Instead of triggering an increase in remittance payments, which is typical during times of crisis, the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic has caused migrant payments to households in developing countries to slow dramatically.
Sergei Makhlai, the majority shareholder of Togliattiazot (ToAZ), has become a defendant in a new case where he is accused of ordering the payment of a $1.2mn bribe to judges of Russia’s Supreme Court to avoid a massive tax payment
Annual production volume of 50,000 rifles expected. US Government Accountability Office asked to provide detailed report addressing American lawmaker’s concerns.
The US Senate on December 12 unanimously passed a resolution recognising the mass killing of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire a century ago as genocide. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian ...
Turkish president, under pressure to secure capital inflows, also returns to old appeals to “patriotic” Turks to dump foreign currencies. Potential nemesis Imamoglu, meanwhile, has been getting friendly with global financiers.
Withdrawal reportedly caused by lack of government backing for country’s flagship infrastructure development. Analysts anticipate investment mothballing or arrival of Russian or Chinese stakeholders to replace Western partners.
The two offshore zones established in Russia last August for the purposes of tempting foreign-based Russian businesses back to the Motherland have yet to catch on.
Aluminium major Rusal could see sanctions lifted within 30 days after a deal was made with Russian billionaire and Kremlin insider Oleg Deripaska to significantly reduce his stake in the company, the US Treasury Department (USTD) said in a statement
Turkey and Iran may look to exploit chasm opening up between Trump and Congress over scandal.
Trump yet to make strong statement but Republican Senator Lindsey Graham says a potential economic response is in prospect.
The finance ministers of the European Union member states have called for the creation of a blacklist of tax havens to crack down on tax dodging, the ministers said at a meeting in Brussels on ...
Turkish president says Ankara will fight legally and politically against decision, US says move sends a clear message.