With deliveries of Russian S-400 missile systems to Turks under way, Washington officials say Ankara won’t get its hands on world’s most advanced fighter jet. Commander-in-chief says situation is not “fair” and blames Obama.
In June, the Supreme Court of Austria cleared the way for Firtash to be extradited to the US to face corruption charges, but he is allowed to stay in Austria while a court considers a defence motion to re-open the case against him.
Specialist LSE listing to provide investors with chance to get in early on Uzbekistan’s move from Soviet-type economy to market economy.
Growing sense among analysts that with economy shot Erdogan is provoking constant ‘state of emergency’ to hold on to power.
Jibe follows meeting of EU foreign ministers at which delicate question of accepting Iranian oil in barter trades arose.
The troubles of Russia's largest independent vertically integrated refinery Antipinsky led Sberbank to prepare to bankrupt the company, while London courts froze €225mn worth of assets.
Naftogaz says it's better able to prepare for the next winter season by accumulating gas in its underground gas storage facilities after raising funds on attractive terms.
ExxonMobil has invested some $700mn in the Neptun Deep project in the Romanian section of the Black Sea.
Consumer lender majority owned by Czechia's richest man Petr Kellner mulls Hong Kong listing that could raise more than $1bn.
Zelenskiy’s Servant of the People party still riding wave of popularity. Looks set to win by far largest share of vote and possibly outright majority.
Under pressure Turkish president who fired central bank governor last week leaves no doubt he is at the monetary helm.
New government in Chisinau claims cigarette smuggling via the separatist republic of Transnistria was allowed to flourish under the previous administration.
Discussions are ongoing on whether Russia's largest companies will be able to maintain stable long-term oil output with Siberian brownfields alone, without tapping into challenging Arctic offshore fields.
Newly elected President Volodymyr Zelenskiy wants to change the law to extend lustration to officials who held high-level posts following the 2014 Euromaidan, including former president Petro Poroshenko.
Podgorica is mulling a €500mn Eurobond to refinance maturing debt, following successful issues by Croatia and Serbia in June.
Neighbouring Uzbekistan produced six times more cars than Kazakhstan in 2018 — but that could change with the launch of a new $1.1bn Chinese-Kazakh joint venture.
The National Bank of Serbia lowered the key rate to 2.75% after keeping it at 3% for thirteen consecutive months.
Troubled aluminium smelter was forced to halt operations as power supplies were cut off due to its unpaid debts, and no strategic partner has been persuaded to take it over.
The European Union’s row with Turkey over access to potential deposits of oil and gas in the disputed waters around Cyprus has flared up again.
Russia’s oil output fell to a three-year low of 10.79mn barrels per day (bpd) in early July, due to a row between oil pipeline monopoly Transneft and Rosneft, the country’s biggest oil producer