One of Russia's Rosatom corporation enterprises, Mining and Chemical Combine (GKhK), is negotiating possible supplies of mixed oxide fuel with Japan for its nuclear power plants, the enterprise’s deputy general director on innovations said on Friday.
India sent a strong message to France that it will not go ahead with the project unless the costs of production for the Jaitapur nuclear power project would be affordable.
Canada will introduce a visa-free regime for Bulgaria and Romania in exchange for their endorsement of the CETA trade deal, according to the Bulgarian prime minister.
The statements of Polish Defense Minister Antoni Macierewicz about possible sale of two Mistral-class helicopter carriers from Egypt to Russia are not true, a spokesman for the Egyptian embassy to Moscow said Friday.
The importation of crude oil in the United States has grown for the first time since 2010, the Energy Department said.
Kiev mulls increasing the share of US nuclear fuel to the level of 40 percent.
The United Kingdom’s new defense contract oversight agency may launch an investigation into the government-to-government (G2G) sales of London’s principal ally.
A cyberattack launched against a number of major Indian banks has compromised roughly 3.2 million debit cards.
The European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and Switzerland as one of its members will be able to resume talks with Russia on free trade agreement conditions after the implementation Minsk agreements and a peaceful solution of the Ukrainian crisis, a senior Swiss lawmaker said on Thursday.
Now that a year and a half has gone since Sweden's bitter spat with Saudi Arabia over feminism and human rights, Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven is heading to Riyadh to mend fences and repair severed business ties.
The certificate for the SuperJet's engine was issued by a French company, which turned to be an obstacle for the planes' deliveries to China.
Global slowdown has severally impacted the shipbuilding industry across the world.
Donald Tusk said that without public support CETA might be the European Union's last free trade deal.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has been accused of "dithering" after putting off a parliamentary vote on British airport capacity for another year. Responding to the news, Britain’s biggest business lobby group, the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), told Sputnik that the government’s indecision could cost the UK more than $36bn by 2030.
Wage stagnation is a major issue in the US economy, and while the Fed has observed some improvements recently, the gains in salaries are still dismal, hampering growth prospects.
Belgium's region Wallonia has dealt a severe blow to European Union's hopes to sign a free trade deal with Canada. The region's President-Minister said he would not support the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement or CETA by the Friday deadline.
Prices above $50 per barrel will stimulate shale oil production in the United States, the Rosneft CEO said.
Internal debate over Brexit and further economic policies is brewing within the UK’s cabinet in the form of a subtle conflict between Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond and Prime Minister Theresa May.
The Rosneft CEO said US shale oil industry will not compete with Russian fuel in the Asia-Pacific market.
Russia could significantly increase oil production in the next 10 years up to an estimated 200 million metric tonnes of additional annual output, Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin said Thursday.
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