Czech billionaire financier dies in helicopter crash, raising questions over the future of his diversified PPF Group.
Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich filed a defamation lawsuit against the HarperCollins publishing company and the author of “Putin’s People”, Catherine Belton, for claiming that he had bought the Chelsea football club on Putin's direct orders.
The first ESG ranking of Russian iron and steel companies showcases fairly high results in terms of the quality of corporate governance, while the average scores for social and environmental factors are noticeably lower.
When will Ukraine’s economy reach critical mass and start the virtuous circle of profits, investment, rising wages and ballooning consumption? Ukraine still has its catch-up growth ahead of it, and when it starts it will boom.
Since shepherding Azerbaijan’s military victory last autumn, Turkey has been on a Silk Road charm offensive. The challenge is turning talk into action.
With markets concluding central bank has no credibility left, state banks appear to intervene to pull back currency.
Russia’s next phase of renewable energy development looks like it won’t be as well funded by the state as planned. That said, the announced cuts could have been worse, and corporates are stepping up plans to mitigate carbon.
Takeover of Irish exploration company Arkle Resources would provide molybdenum miner with AIM listing.
Lenta aims to open hundreds of small format stores and buy up smaller rivals.
Despite numerous challenges, there are a growing number of successful e-commerce platforms in the Western Balkans region.
Capital markets take war, the pandemic and political unrest in stride. The second in a two-part series.
Opponents are planning an international campaign and don’t rule out a legal challenge to the new international airport in protected wetland.
Fund manager Michael Calvey says no crime was committed in Baring Vostok Capital's investment in Vostochny Bank, according to testimony exclusively published by bne IntelliNews.
The president makes an unprecedented admission: Turkmenistan is deep in the red.
With economies primed to rebound as pandemic restrictions are loosened, consumer prices could rise even further, reawakening an issue that has long been ignored.
Russian authorities will attempt to block Twitter within the next 30 days if the company fails to delete content the government says is illegal, it was reported on March 16. The Kremlin is also using rules to boost its domestic tech sector.
The Belarusian opposition has a very short list of demands: Belarus' self-appointed President Alexander Lukashenko must step down, political prisoners must be freed and new elections must be held.
Optimism amongst Russia’s businesses picked up strongly in February, according to the latest IHS Markit Business Outlook survey, the consultant reported in a note on March 11.
International multinational firms are coming under increased pressure to break business ties with Belarus as opposition leaders apply a "name and shame" campaign as part of their struggle to oust incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko.
Roman Schetinsky, strategy director of Russian top 5 gold producer GV Gold, forecasts a "growth tsunami" in gold prices.