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Suburban train prices can only be regulated if losses covered ...

GORKI. March 2 (Interfax) - Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has signed two orders on the suburban railway system, Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich told journalists on Monday. The first document Medvedev signed concerns "adjusting the ..., 1 day ago

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Russia considers easing embargo on organic baby food — deputy PM

GORKI, March 2. /TASS/. Only targeted solutions are being considered so far on the issue of easing the food embargo, for example, in the field of organic baby food, Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said Monday. "True, there are requests ...
 Itar Tass1 day ago

EurAsEC Anti-Crisis Fund to be renamed Eurasian Stabilization and Development Fund

GORKI. Feb 26 (Interfax) - The Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC) Anti-Crisis Fund is going to be transformed into the Eurasian Stabilization and Development Fund, and a portion of its profits will go towards financing state social programs, ...
 Interfax.com5 days ago

No plans for Kazakhstan to restrict Russian imports — deputy PM

GORKI, February 6. /TASS/. Kazakhstan does not plan to introduce restrictions on Russian imports, Deputy Prime Minister Bakytzhan Sagintayev said on Friday. "There are no restrictions. We are not discussing anything like this," Sagintayev said. ...
 Itar Tass3 weeks ago Khristenko: Kazakhstan does not plan to limit imports from Russia  Interfax.com3 weeks ago Reserves of vitally important medicines in Russia enough for 9 months — deputy premier  Itar Tass2 months ago

Medvedev Says Producers, Retailers Should Get Used to Lower Profits

Russia 14:55 23.01.2015 (updated 15:27 23.01.2015) 15 0 0 GORKI (Moscow Region), January 23 (Sputnik) Retailers and producers should curb their economic appetite and drop their level ofprofit onproducts, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev ...
 RIA Novosti1 month ago Russian Agriculture Development Program to Receive Nearly $3Bln in 2015  RIA Novosti1 month ago Economic Stability More Important Than Russian Ruble Rate: Deputy PM  RIA Novosti2 months ago Russia Outlines Measures to Stabilize National Currency: Minister  RIA Novosti2 months ago

Geopolitical tensions around Russia, sanctions will be preserved in 2015 — Medvedev

GORKI, February 11. /TASS/. Geopolitical tensions around Moscow are likely to be preserved this year and Western sanctions will remain in force, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Wednesday. "Geopolitical tensions around Russia will ...
 Itar Tass2 weeks ago Expansion of Western sanctions not connected with Russia's actions — deputy PM  Itar Tass1 month ago

Contract to supply Russian gas to China not planned to be signed during Russian delegation visit to China in April - Deputy Prime Minister Dvorkovich

GORKI, February 25. /TASS/. The contract to supply Russian gas to China is being actively studied but it is not planned to be signed in April during the Russian delegation visit headed by Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich to China. "The ...
 Organization of Asia-Pacific News Agencies5 days ago Energy alliance priority of Eurasian Economic Union Medvedev  Russia Today3 weeks ago Situation on labor market under control, no major problems — PM Medvedev Russian regions will get $760 million in budget subsidies for organizing temporary employment of people who have lost or face the threat of losing their jobs, Dmitry Medvedev told th  Itar Tass1 month ago Medvedev attends EEU meeting  CNC World3 weeks ago
Christian Science Monitor

Russia must take advantage of low ruble to replace imports - Medvedev (Part 2)

GORKI. Jan 28 (Interfax) - Russia must raise the appeal of domestic-made products as much as possible while the ruble is weak to achieve import replacement objectives, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said. "The products of Russian companies ...
 Interfax.com1 month ago Producers in Russia should not raise prices in proportion to ruble decline - PM (Part 2)  Interfax.com1 month ago Oil prices, ruble, inflation all bite Russia, but how badly? (+video)  Christian Science Monitor2 months ago
New Zealand Herald

Russia's 2015 budget revenues to fall by $35 bln — minister

GORKI, February 11. /TASS/. The Russian budget's revenues will decline by 2.3 trillion rubles ($35 billion) in 2015 amid the falling value of the country's gas and oil exports, Economic Development Minister Alexey Ulyukayev said on Wednesday. ...
 Itar Tass2 weeks ago Medvedev: EEU plans to sign over 100 documents in 2015  Kazinform3 weeks ago Russians remain optimistic despite an economy on thin ice  New Zealand Herald1 month ago Russians still optimistic for 2015 in face of struggling economy  StockHouse USA1 month ago

Russian, Armenian PMs Discuss Bilateral Cooperation Ahead Of EEU Mee

Interfax, Russia Feb 5 2015 GORKI. Feb 5 The prime ministers of Russia and Armenia have discussed their bilateral agenda and cooperation within the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) ahead of an EEU meeting of head of states. "This is our first meeting ...
 Groong3 weeks ago Russian, Armenian prime ministers discuss bilateral agenda  Itar Tass3 weeks ago Russia's choice: What lies ahead... months ago
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