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    Moscow reacts to Russia’s rouble crash
    Dec17

    Moscow reacts to Russia’s rouble crash

    RFE/RL asks Muscovites for their opinions on why their currency is shedding value, and whether they believe authorities can stem the decline The Russian rouble’s precipitous decline this week means it now has the dubious distinction of being the world’s worst performing currency.And the central bank’s dramatic hike in its...

    Ukraine’s president calls for Polish help on reforms, EU membership
    Dec17

    Ukraine’s president calls for Polish help on reforms, EU membership

    Ukraine hopes for Polish help in reforms and eventual membership of the European Union, President Petro Poroshenko said during a visit to Warsaw. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Court orders EU to drop Hamas from terror list
    Dec17

    Court orders EU to drop Hamas from terror list

    Hamas should not be included on the European Union’s list of terrorist organisations, the EU’s second-highest court ruled today. The General Court of the European Union concluded that the EU had failed to provide adequate evidence to support its designation of the Palestinian movement, which controls the Gaza Strip, as a terrorist...

    Ski season officially starts in Bulgarian winter resorts
    Dec17

    Ski season officially starts in Bulgarian winter resorts

    Despite forecasts for a snowless winter, it seems that this season will be a successful one for Bulgarian resorts. In order to rely not entirely on weather, owners of Bulgaria’s biggest mountain resorts have invested additional funds in snow-making equipment. The good news is that the price of ski packages will remain the same as last...

    Russia crisis: how much have sanctions hurt Moscow?
    Dec17

    Russia crisis: how much have sanctions hurt Moscow?

    Credits: KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV/AFP/GettyAlt Text: A woman walks past a board listing foreign currency rates outside an exchange office in central Moscow Analysts estimate sanctions have cost Russia $140bn this year and Moscow’s ultra-rich $51.4bn Briefing Wednesday, December 17, 2014 – 11:43am See related: How to invest for the new Cold...

    Only de-escalation in Ukraine can save rouble | Financial Times – United Kingdom
    Dec17

    Only de-escalation in Ukraine can save rouble | Financial Times – United Kingdom

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    Russia and Europe share a common destiny | Les Echos – France
    Dec17

    Russia and Europe share a common destiny | Les Echos – France

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    EU to tighten sanctions on Crimea in time for leaders summit: officials
    Dec17

    EU to tighten sanctions on Crimea in time for leaders summit: officials

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union will widen its ban on investment in Crimea to target Russian Black Sea oil and gas exploration, EU officials said on Wednesday, tightening sanctions first imposed over Moscow’s annexation of the region. …read more Source:...

    EU takes on corporate secrecy
    Dec17

    EU takes on corporate secrecy

    Members of the public will have the right to find out who is behind complex corporate structures, shell companies and letterbox firms, under new rules to combat money laundering and tax avoidance agreed by European Union lawmakers in the early hours of this morning (17 December). Under the deal, member states will be required to maintain central...

    “EU seeks alignment not only on Ukraine”
    Dec17

    “EU seeks alignment not only on Ukraine”

    The European Commission is asking Serbia to harmonize its foreign policy – “a possible hint of pressure on us to impose sanctions on Russia,” writes a daily. Apart from the Ukraine crisis, Belgrade is also expected to align its policy with that of the EU on Iraq and Syria, the Vecernje Novosti newspaper writes. …read more...

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