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the Acting Governor of the Khabarovsk Krai Mikhail Degtyarev has signed an agreement with the Minister of sports of Russia Oleg Matytsina, making a working trip on the Far East.the head of the Federal Department checked the construction works...
Посольство РФ в Вашингтоне выступило с заявлением, в котором сказано о недопустимости проведения в Эстонии военных учений США, в ходе которых предполагается многократное использование систем залпового огня поблизости от российской границы. Заявление опубликовано на странице дипмиссии в Facebook.Учения проходят...
На сайте общегородского туристического конкурса «Маршруты по Москве» началось онлайн-голосование. Представлено 86 маршрутов по разным районам столицы. Ознакомиться с ними и проголосовать за понравившиеся можно до 1 сентября.Открывается прием заявок на туристский конкурс «Маршруты по Москве»Участники онлайн-голосования определят троих...
touring platform Russpass talks about the attractions of the capital, which attracted the most interest.In the Gallery of Ilya Glazunov presents more than 700 works of the artist. Pictures help visitors to immerse themselves in the history of Russian...
Activity in China’s non-manufacturing sector expanded at the fastest pace this month since January 2018, highlighting that the world’s second largest economy continues to recover from the coronavirus crisis. ...
Aggressive US policies targeting Huawei have forced the Chinese tech giant to redirect investment to Russia and expand operations in the country, Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei has revealed. ...
Official Chinese data showed this week that China imported 120,000 barrels per day (bpd) of oil from Iran in July as Beijing returns to reporting crude imports from the Islamic Republic...
Russia’s top diamond producer, ALROSA, and its main global competitor, De Beers, have reportedly cut prices for precious stones after sales drastically dropped as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. ...
Maritime transport is one of the largest consumers of fossil fuels and, as such, a natural target for those looking for cleaner alternatives would be the development of fully electric vessels. ...
The United Nations (UN) has released figures on the devastating impact of Covid-19 on global tourism, warning that the outbreak may cost the troubled sector $1.2 trillion in losses and put...
Gulf of Mexico refiners have restarted production following a narrow miss from the devastating hurricane Laura. Refineries along the Gulf Coast began to restart a day after hurricane...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned against politicizing the Russian-led Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, saying that construction of it should be finished, despite US attempts to derail the energy project. ...
Export-dependent Taiwan has finally greenlighted imports of American pork and beef, a move that could open up Taiwan-US free trade talks. However, it is unclear how Beijing will react to such...
Japan’s Nikkei led the losses among Asia’s major stock markets on Friday after the country’s longest serving prime minister, Shinzo Abe, resigned over health issues. The Nikkei dropped...
In the worst plunge ever recorded, the US economy contracted by 31.7 percent in the second quarter at the height of the Covid-19 crisis, according to revised data released by the...
On August 11, 2020, Hubbard Broadcasting service filed litigation against Facebook (and its subsidiary, Instagram) with Minnesota's district court. The plaintiff has initiated the lawsuit on trademark infringement and unfair competition that might lead to some permanent harm. According...
Russian President Vladimir Putin says the country has already passed the peak of the economic problems caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, paving the way for economic recovery next year. ...
In this episode of Keiser Report’s annual Summer Solutions series, Max and Stacy sit in with the host of the Breakdown podcast, Nathaniel Whittemore, to discuss the state of the US...
The value of Saudi Arabia’s oil exports plunged by 54.8 percent year over year in June, or by US$8.7 billion (32.6 billion Saudi riyals), data from Saudi Arabia’s General Authority for...
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is reportedly halting investment in Indian startups, in another sign that recent deadly clashes along the countries' Himalayan border are eroding business ties between the two Asian...
Veteran stockbroker Peter Schiff has warned once again that the US currency is doomed and the world will eventually lose confidence in it, which he says should have happened a long...
US e-commerce behemoth Amazon could face a new regulatory challenge in India as a group representing over 2,000 vendors has filed a lawsuit claiming the retailer’s mistreatment may drive some sellers...
Amazon stock’s surge during the coronavirus pandemic is making its boss Jeff Bezos richer every week. He is now closer than ever to the historic title of first person to be...
Exxon is being kicked out of the Dow Jones Industrial Average index, where it has had a place since 1928. The reason: the Dow needed to make space for other, more...
Huawei and ZTE may lose the lucrative Indian market as New Delhi moves to informally boycott Chinese suppliers after deadly border clashes strained relations between the two countries, the Financial Times...
Asia’s third-largest economy may have contracted by 25 percent in the first quarter of the current fiscal year, local media has said, citing rating agency ICRA’s assessment of the devastating consequences...
Global markets remained steady on Tuesday after Washington and Beijing reaffirmed their commitment to their historic trade agreement even as the two economic giants have disagreements on multiple fronts. ...
The Covid-19 outbreak has led to a record contraction for Europe’s largest economy. Germany’s gross domestic product (GDP) shrank by 11.3 percent in the second quarter compared to the same period...
The Russian trade minister has called on the members of the BRICS trade alliance to increase the volume of settlements in national currencies to be more independent from Washington’s policies. ...
Russia’s response to the coronavirus outbreak and government stimulus measures will prevent the national economy from falling more than five percent, according to the country’s Industry and Trade Minister Denis Manturov. ...
As the world’s second largest economy recovers from the coronavirus pandemic, its steel sector reached record high output last month, according to fresh industry data. China produced 93.36...
It’s a worrying time for oil markets as bullish news fails to drive oil prices higher and a wave of negative developments look set to hit the industry in the coming...
New Delhi plans to boost imports of coking coal, anthracite, and pulverized coal from Russia to 40 million tons per year. The supplies, worth around $4.5 billion, are intended to meet...
Kuwait is running out of money for the salaries of public servants and will have no money to cover these after November, the country’s finance minister told parliament. ...
Russians bought just 48 new electric vehicles (EVs) in July, which is 17.1 percent more than in the same month last year, according to data from the analytical agency Avtostat. ...
About 12,000 tons of cargo is planned to be transported this year via Russia’s Northern Sea Route (NSR), according to Petr Savchuk, Deputy Head of the Russian Federal Fishery Agency. ...
Saudi Arabia appears to have learned nothing from its two failed oil price wars, with the oil kingdom suggesting this week that it is ready to increase its production capacity to...
A new survey by the research firm IHS Markit showed that the European economy’s recovery from the coronavirus recession stalled this month, as some earlier pandemic-related restrictions have been reinstated. ...
The plot has thickened in the legal battle between Apple and Epic Games, as the iPhone maker accused the developers behind Fortnite of deliberately hurting customers to profit from their own...
UK-based offshore drilling contractor Valaris has filed for bankruptcy protection in the United States, offering creditors to swap some $6.5 billion of its $7.8-billion debt pile for equity. ...
The global travel sector has been battered by the Covid-19 outbreak, with 2020 becoming one of the worst years for the industry so far. RT’s Boom Bust talks...
One of China’s largest electric car marques, Nio, is pressing ahead with plans to expand to Europe and beyond. Shares of Nio, which is considered by many as the ‘Tesla of...
US trade talks with China have been placed in hiatus, after President Donald Trump said he doesn’t want to speak to Beijing anymore. RT’s Boom Bust is joined...
In the latest episode of Keiser Report’s annual Summer Solutions series, Max and Stacy talk about governments’ endless money printing and a global hyperinflation in fiat currency. They...
While monetary stimulus may have provided short-term relief to the financial markets, the enormous amount of debt created as a result will create negative consequences for the economy in the long-term. ...
US plane maker Boeing has received its first order for the 737 Max since regulators grounded the jets after two fatal crashes. It said that Polish airline Enter Air had placed...
Apple became the first US-listed company in history to reach a $2-trillion market capitalization, which means it doubled in valuation in about two years. Shares in the technology...
The Covid-19 pandemic and floating oil storage boom are threatening to reverse the trend of declining attacks as pirates are looking to cash in on the chaos. The...
US lawmakers are ramping up threats against the construction of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline that will carry natural gas from Russia to Germany. Boom Bust talks to...
The scale of money printing in the United States is unprecedented, says veteran stockbroker Peter Schiff. The deficits are “through the roof and the government is spending more money than ever...