February 25, 2020 18:16
February 25, 2020
Belarus to start importing oil via Odessa-Brody pipeline in March, several tankers planned - Belneftekhim (Part 3)
Drop in Russian wheat export prices slows, but coronavirus pressure being felt - experts
VTB suggests paying dividends in two stages: on ordinary shares first and prefs at year-end
China can defeat new coronavirus - Xi Jinping
NCSP plans to pay dividends of no less than 50% of IFRS profit, taking into account FCF
Baku, Ankara in talks on joint arms production - Azerbaijani president
Nornickel to use syndicated loan to refinance $2.5 bln of debt, fund capex in 2020
Ukrainian fishermen detained by Russia in Azov Sea freed along with vessel - Rada deputy
Russia's non-commodity exports up to $154.5 bln in 2019, according to REC, $5.5 billion behind national project schedule
No Russians among coronavirus-infected in Italy - Russian embassy (Part 2)
Bystrevsky relieved of duties as deputy justice minister
Zyuganov proposes writing state-forming status of Russians into Constitution
EAEU needs to develop interaction with EU - Nazarbayev
New U.S. Ambassador to Russia John Sullivan, who has recently started his mission in Moscow, has given an interview to Interfax in which he speaks about priorities of his work and assesses the prospects of developing bilateral relations.
The En+ Group effectively turned a new page in its corporate history in 2019. Now the group has a unique governance scheme for Russia - without a domineering shareholder and a loyal majority on the board of directors. The board chairman, Lord Gregory Barker, is convinced that the changes adopted in the framework of the plan he devised to get the company removed from the U.S. sanctions list will ultimately do the company and its shareholders good, irrespective of the deal with OFAC. Lord Barker told Interfax in an interview about the work of the new En+ board, dividends and long-term strategy.
Ambassador of the United Kingdom to Russia Laurie Bristow, who is leaving his post, has given an exclusive interview to Interfax in which he speaks about prospects of relations with Russia, arms control, the situation in Syria and surrounding Iran, as well as other topical problems on the international agenda.