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Moldova: Russia threatens gas supply in Europe's poorest state

BBC News 27 Oct 2021
In the absence of a new deal, the Russian energy giant reduced supplies, prompting Moldova to declare a 30-day state of emergency ... And more than 80% of Moldova's electricity comes from a Russian-owned power plant in Trans-Dniester - a separatist region of Moldova, backed economically, politically and militarily by Moscow.
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Turkey: Turkmen Activists Face Deportation

Human Rights Watch 27 Oct 2021
They include the government’s refusal to renew passports through consular services abroad and other violations of freedom of movement, the government’s refusal to acknowledge the presence of Covid-19 infections in Turkmenistan, policies dealing with the country’s economic crisis, and the authorities’ suppression of free speech.
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EU under pressure to fast-track Nord Stream 2

Asiatimes 26 Oct 2021
US State Department officials have warned Europe against bowing to Russian pressure and waiving the lengthy process needed to approve Nord Stream 2 ... But the Biden administration jettisoned the idea of further sanctioning the pipeline, saying Russia would complete it regardless of the economic penalties imposed.
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Trade Between Russian Capital, US Nearly Doubles in 2021 - Moscow Deputy Mayor

Urdu Point 26 Oct 2021
The trade turnover between the Russian capital and the United States has increased by nearly 50% this year compared to the same period of 2020, Vladimir Efimov, the deputy mayor for economic policy in the Moscow government, told Sputnik on Tuesday.
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East Asia Summit With Putin's Participation to Discuss Pandemic Consequences - Kremlin

Urdu Point 26 Oct 2021
The East Asia summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin's participation, scheduled for Wednesday, will discuss the economic recovery of the Asia-Pacific region and ...
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Opinion: Killing the goose that’s laying the golden egg

Greenwood Commonwealth 26 Oct 2021
Tax receipts by the Russian government skyrocketed since instituting the flat tax. Once a reasonable, fair, simple tax was put into place, Russians quit hiding income and started following the law. Now the Russian economy is booming while the rest of the world is in a recession ... Government-mandated income redistribution may be good economic policy.
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Opinion: Killing the goose that’s laying the golden egg - Cloned

Greenwood Commonwealth 26 Oct 2021
Tax receipts by the Russian government skyrocketed since instituting the flat tax. Once a reasonable, fair, simple tax was put into place, Russians quit hiding income and started following the law. Now the Russian economy is booming while the rest of the world is in a recession ... Government-mandated income redistribution may be good economic policy.
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Spencer Quinn’s "Solzhenitsyn and the Right", by Kevin MacDonald

The Unz Review 26 Oct 2021
... by the authorities and by much of the rest of population as a foreign, separate, exploitative, and distressingly prolific nation.” The official Russian view was that emancipation had resulted in Jews economically dominating and exploiting the Slavic peasants (Judge 1992, 9, 11).
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Latest on Coronavirus

Urdu Point 26 Oct 2021
Most Russian coronavirus test systems are ... The East Asia summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin's participation, scheduled for Wednesday, will discuss the economic recovery of the Asia-Pacific region and overcoming the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Kremlin said.
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America’s battle lines against Russia are being drawn in the icy Arctic. Stuck in the ...

Russia Today 26 Oct 2021
The tendency of elevating alliance solidarity above national security has repeated itself in the US effort to confront Russia’s economic initiatives in the Russian Arctic such as energy extraction and the development of the Northern Sea Route transportation corridor.
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Trial over alleged jet fuel to Syria begins in Denmark

The New Arab 26 Oct 2021
A total of 172,000 tons of jet fuel worth around 647 million Danish crowns ($101 million) was sold in 33 trades between 2015 and 2017 to Russian companies, according to Denmark's State Prosecutor for Serious Economic and ...
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Denmark begins trial against firm over alleged jet fuel exports to Syria

Reuters 26 Oct 2021
A total of 172,000 tons of jet fuel worth around 647 million Danish crowns ($101 million) was sold in 33 trades between 2015 and 2017 to Russian companies, according to Denmark's State Prosecutor for Serious Economic and International Crime ... Our Standards ... More from Reuters ....
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What’s wrong with Ghana’s education system?

Ghana Web 26 Oct 2021
... can only make sense of dry and rainy seasons? What is the use of an architecture textbook written for a New England college where most of their houses are built with lumber for a Ghanaian student? Can the Russian economics textbook solve Ghana’s economic problems? Probably not!.
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Arctic Council expresses concern over China's rising interference in the region

Beijing News 26 Oct 2021
Hong Kong, October 26 (ANI) ... China has announced Arctic Policy and has been planning several commercial and military activities in the region. Moreover, strengthened Sino- Russian economic cooperation in recent years has got China a platform to assert its presence in the region, reported The HK Post ... "China is very interested in the Arctic ... (ANI) ....
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Uzbekistan's Incumbent Leader Wins 2nd Term in Office

Beijing News 26 Oct 2021
Mirziyoyev has moved to boost economic and trade ties with Russia, which is building Uzbekistan's first nuclear power plant and has invested in other big economic projects in the country ... Russian President Vladimir Putin was the first to congratulate Mirziyoyev on his re-election, ...
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