Pumping through the pipeline cannot be started - Germany still does not understand where to put the polluted oil.
Dividends to the state of Russian Railways will be paid by cars and real estate.
The share of VEB.RF state corporation in the elevator building market may exceed 40%.
The Financial Times published an investigation in which it claims that Russia at the state level was trying to push the election of Arkady Dvorkovich as president of FIDE. We have gathered the main facts from this investigation.
The prime minister did not rule out that the real reason for the case is the conflict between the former minister and creditors.
Mostotrest may be awarded a contract to build a highway along the Black Sea coast to Sochi.
Omsk Airport will be transferred outside the city, and the vacant 650 hectares of the territory will be built up with residential and commercial real estate.
Grain exports bring billions of dollars. Searches in the largest agroholdings of the country mean the start of the redistribution of the industry.
Rostec organized import substitution of foreign HDD in the framework of the "Spring Law"?
Banks want to pick up the carrier for the project of a regional airline. Utair has heavy debts, and Sberbank is its largest creditor.
Officials and businessmen will ignore the forum if the organizers refuse to invite Deripaska, Vekselberg and Kostin.
The state bank will receive this money from the budget in the next two years in addition to the similar amount this year.
Igor Sechin claims that Eni has not left the projects with Rosneft, the companies continue to cooperate in the Black and Barents Seas.
Chinese banks do not want to work with Russian clients because of international sanctions.
Severgroup presented projects worth billions of dollars when discussing the list of Belousov.
Power Machines disrupted the construction schedule of the power plant and companies are facing serious fines. The reason was the withdrawal from the project of Western subcontractors due to the American sanctions imposed on Power Machines.
But for her, getting into the sanctions list, unlike other Deripaska company - UC Rusal is far from being so dramatic.
The termination of sales of discounted tickets to the Crimea, Kaliningrad and the Far East was explained by the airline by the exhaustion of funds allocated by the state for subsidies.
The proposal to free the enterprises of the military-industrial complex from paying dividends was included in the draft government plan to accelerate investment growth. This is an attempt to neutralize the effect of sanctions and stimulate the production of civilian products.
Monopoly is rapidly developing gas transportation from Yamal.
Siemens can localize the production of its high-capacity gas turbines in Russia not earlier than 2023 in Russia.
Co-owner of UMMC and Transmashholding Andrei Bokarev will be a private investor in the project to build the coal port of Lavna in Murmansk. After it, after 2020, 18 million tons of coal will be transported, and the residents of Murmansk will die from coal dust in the air.
The company spends about 10 billion rubles a year to pay for flights.
The forests of Siberia and the Far East are cut down mercilessly for the sake of timber exports to China.
Government's pride that Russia produces, as a typical third-world country, more coal, and carries it in ever larger quantities for ever greater distances, looks rather strange in modern conditions.
The strategic program for the development of the North has been cut by the Russian government by 17 times. At the same time it turned out that the construction of nuclear icebreakers "Arktika", "Siberia" and "Ural" was disrupted because of technical problems that arose after the "annexation" of the subtropical Crimea.
Geopolitics, corporate conflicts and a drop in oil prices have led to an outflow of capital from Russia.
For the first time in the history of the Kuril Islands they were visited the Japanese business mission. The delegation included representatives of 32 private companies, as well as state and municipal agencies, headed by special adviser to the Prime Minister of Japan, Eiichi Hasegawa.