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Geopolitical Shifts, Evolving Russia-Africa Relations

GlobalResearch 02 Jul 2022
It is important to facilitate the mutual access of Russian and African economic operators to each other’s markets and encourage their participation in large-scale infrastructure projects ... In order to facilitate both Russian and African economic operators to have access to ...
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Russia’s Remote Communities Feel Fallout From Ukraine Invasion

Moscow Times 02 Jul 2022
With the Russian Armed Forces relying heavily on the services of contract soldiers, the geography of the country’s losses in Ukraine has been disproportionately skewed toward more economically disadvantaged areas — particularly those populated by indigenous, non-Slavic communities.
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Russia's new 100 rouble banknote is impossible to withdraw from ATMs after Western firms that ...

The Daily Mail 02 Jul 2022
Deputy Governor of the Bank of Russia Sergey Belov holds the newly designed Russian 100-rouble banknote ... And earlier in the year, French automaker Renault announced it had handed over its Russian assets to the government in Moscow, marking the first major nationalization of the economic disentanglement.
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Inside the occupied towns and cities of Ukraine, where Russia is trying to scrub any ...

Business Insider 02 Jul 2022
A woman with a child walks past a Russian soldier in Kherson, Ukraine ... It is changing life and removing references to Ukraine there, introducing Russian passports and money ... AP PhotoMaking Ukrainians Russian. In the southern cities of Kherson and Melitopol, which was the first major city Russia took, Russia started giving people Russian passports.
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Russia seizes Sakhalin LNG project in major escalation

Natural Gas World 02 Jul 2022
In a statement, the Kremlin said that there was a risk of "natural disasters and man-made emergency situations endangering the life and safe of people and threatening the national interests and economic security of the Russian Federation," in light of the "violation by foreign entities and individuals of their obligations" at Sakhalin-2.
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What's keeping oil prices well above $100 for third consecutive month

The Times of India 02 Jul 2022
The global crude oil market has been tightened by short supply due to restrictions on Russian oil and little spare capacity among other big oil producers ... The threat of the Russian oil embargo has spooked the global energy markets ... The Russian inversion in Ukraine is creating inflation worries across the globe and weighing on economic activity.
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'Western economies are signing on with Israel with their eyes closed'

The Jerusalem Post 02 Jul 2022
Israel is stable economically despite political instability, due to its low employment rate, a banking expert told Maariv ... World economic slow down. The World Bank and the OECD have emphasized the negative impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which caused a slowdown in the world economy and skyrocketed energy and food prices.
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Headlines in Iranian English Language dailies on

Irna 02 Jul 2022
The MOU, inked by Iranian deputy transport and urban development minister and Russian deputy transport minister, is a step toward strengthening the two countries’ economic exchanges in the field of road transport.
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Putin’s War in Ukraine Shows the Limits of Western Sanctions

Time 01 Jul 2022
The U.S., U.K., Germany, France, Italy, Canada, Japan, and the European Union all agreed to explore additional ways to ratchet up the sanctions pressure against the Russian economy, including through higher tariffs on Russian goods ... sanctions, 15 years of Russian economic growth is projected to be erased.
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Vladimir Putin Says West’s Attempt to ‘Crush the Russian Economy’ Did Not Succeed

Bitcoin 01 Jul 2022
Last week the Russian ruble hit a seven-year high against the U.S ... Petersburg International Economic Forum, Russian president Vladimir Putin said attempts to destroy the Russian economy did not come to fruition ... crush the Russian economy violently,” Putin declared.
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Palladium price outlook as Russia looks to limit production

Invezz 01 Jul 2022
The Russian company, Norilsk Nickel is the world’s largest palladium producer and has slated US$35 billion for upgrading infrastructure by 2030 ... Russian Pd Exports ... An additional factor could be the UK’s decision to tax Russian platinum and palladium to the tune of 35%, which may hurt Russian palladium by making it economically unviable.
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Oil prices mixed during w/e July 1 with economic slowdown worries

Anadolu Agency 01 Jul 2022
Oil prices were mixed on Friday following very volatile market trading during the week ending July 1 on fears of a global economic slowdown, the G7's move to cap Russian oil prices and uncertainty over the OPEC+ output policy for the coming months.
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EU Candidate Status for Ukraine and Its Subsequent Implications

Jurist 01 Jul 2022
On June 23, 2022, in a “historic moment” for Kyiv, Ukraine was granted candidate status by the European Union (EU) in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine ... This is a step to establish Ukraine as a sovereign nation separate from the Russian state in addition to the assurance of economic benefits and security that come with membership.
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Ukraine-Russia live news: Claims Moscow’s forces in Lysychansk

Al Jazeera 01 Jul 2022
Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo has met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow and said his country will continue cooperation with Russia ... 1 hour ago (23.19 GMT) Top Russian economic expert faces embezzlement charges ... Since the early 1990s, Mau has served as a senior economic adviser to the Russian government.
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Under pressure, Saudi Arabia walks tightrope on oil policy

The Arab Weekly 01 Jul 2022
A source familiar with Russian ... In public remarks on a visit to a Russian economic forum in June, Saudi Energy Minister Abdulaziz bin Salman described Russian-Saudi relations as being “as good as the weather in Riyadh.” Novak said Moscow could cooperate with OPEC+ beyond 2022.

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