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Russia to create whole range of hydrogen infrastructure equipment in coming 2-3 years
Moscow is interested in attracting Germany’s competences under the formula "green hydrogen in exchange for technologies," Industry and Trade Minister Denis Manturov said.
Russia to Invest $11B in Volatile Central African Republic's Reconstruction
Russia could invest $11 billion in reconstruction projects in the mineral-rich Central African Republic, where rebel violence has led to mass displacement and Russian mercenaries are widely reported to be providing security services to the embattled military, a government official has said.
Russia effectively curbing inflation, despite global trend, assures Kremlin
Earlier, the Central Bank reported that inflationary expectations of the population in April rose to 11.9%.
Russia to release 57 mln coronavirus vaccine doses for civil distribution by end of May
A total of 11.6 mln vaccine doses have been provided to Russian regions.
Bank of Russia to post projected key rate path first time on April 23
The regulator can publish the key rate path in future but only if a proper format is found, Central Bank chief Elvira Nabiullina said earlier.
Putin Announces New Cash Handouts, Familiar Policies in Pre-Election Pitch
Bonuses for families were top of the agenda in a state of the nation address focused on Russia’s domestic problems.
Russia's GDP up 0.5% in March after 2.5% decline in February
The dynamics of Russia's GDP went into positive territory in March 2021 for the first time since March last year.
Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank points to changes in strategy
According to an analyst, the epidemic "taught AIIB many lessons".
Russian Markets Shrug Off New Sanctions
The ruble and stock market have recovered, but risks remain.
Central Bank doesn’t see risks of Russia being unplugged from Western payment systems
On Tuesday, the Kremlin spokesman said that he did not exclude the risk of Russia’s disconnection from Western payment systems.