Rosneft’s Arctic Projects In Trouble Unless They Can Secure $40 Billion In Tax Subsidies From Kremlin
On Thursday October 10, The Moscow Times reported that Rosneft’s ambitious Arctic plans could be put on hold if the company fails to secure 2.6 trillion rubles ($40 billion) in tax cuts from the Russian
Alexei Leonov, the Russian cosmonaut, who has died aged 85, performed the first spacewalk in history when he left the Voskhod 2 capsule and drifted in the vacuum; but the return nearly proved fatal. Leonov’s
MOSCOW (Reuters) - A court in Moscow ruled on Tuesday that U.S. investor Michael Calvey should remain under house arrest facing charges of embezzlement until January 13, the TASS news agency reported.