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Hungary is the only EU country where Rosatom is still involved in building a nuclear power plant, as it has been excluded from projects in Czechia, Bulgaria, and Finland after the invasion of Ukraine.
Russia’s federal budget deficit for the first ten days of March has already exceeded the planned RUB2.9bn for the entire year of 2023, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin admitted on March 24.
Budapest claims that the move "hurts the cherished unity of Nato".
Ahead of elections, Erdogan administration appears to be caving to some Western sanctions enforcement demands, perhaps fearing action that could hurt the Turkish economy prior to polling day.
Russian GDP contracted by 2.1% last year. For the current year, we expect an economic decline of similar magnitude.
Vienna is giving the impression that it is struggling to decouple its interests from Russia, if not actively avoiding doing so.
The US has become increasingly worried by anti-American rhetoric from senior Hungarian officials and pervasive anti-American rhetoric in government media.
Women are underrepresented in the growing ICT and green energy sectors.
The Russian federal budget deficit for January and February 2023 was almost RUB2.6 trillion, according to the MinFin, down by half from the record RUB1.76 trillion reported in January, but already 88% of the budget planned for the whole year.
Russia has managed to largely bypass Western sanctions on technology and semiconductor imports to supply itself with technology to keep its economy working and build sophisticated weapons.
An unexpected surge in public spending and private investment cushioned Russia’s economy from the widely expected sharp economic fall in 2022, government statistics show. However, the economy is now reeling from the oil product sanction shocks.
The discounts Russia is being forced to offer on its oil exports after twin sanctions were imposed look big, but thanks to huge changes in the market the real price Russia gets for its oil is much higher.
EU sanctions on Russia’s oil products went into effect on February 5 and will take several months to make themselves felt. The products market is very different to the crude oil market.
Hungary to send delegation to Sweden and Finland to to resolve political disputes over bids to join defence alliance.
In Russia’s bank centric financial markets, bank lending pays a significant role in corporate finance. Given that the state, either through direct ownership or via intermediaries, dominates ...
One year on from Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukraine, and it’s pretty clear that Russia has already lost so much on so many fronts because of Putin’s idiotic choices.
The front-month contract at Europe’s premier TTF gas hub dipped below €50 per MWh ($567 per 1,000 cubic metres) on February 21 for the first time this year, amid easing fears of shortages, warm weather, ample LNG and lower industrial demand.
Russia's nuclear exports were already booming well before the war in Ukraine started but now they are growing even faster. Moscow is using nuclear power as foreign policy tool to bind allies in the non-aligned world more tightly to its cause.
Baltic countries are securing liquified natural gas (LNG) in vast quantities seeking to take advantage of falling gas prices as the northern European nations accelerate the diversification of their ...