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    Russia to sue Ukraine over $3 billion debt default
    Jan01

    Russia to sue Ukraine over $3 billion debt default

    After implementing a moratorium on its debt, Ukraine has defaulted on a controversial loan from Russia. The Russian foreign ministry said it will file a formal legal complaint against Kyiv in a British court. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU-Ukraine Free Trade Deal Comes Into Effect
    Jan01

    EU-Ukraine Free Trade Deal Comes Into Effect

    Ukraine’s free-trade agreement with the European Union came into force on January 1, coinciding with the start of Moscow’s food embargo against Kyiv. The free-trade deal, signed in June 2014, is part …read more Source: Big News...

    Russia filing lawsuit against Ukraine over debt default
    Jan01

    Russia filing lawsuit against Ukraine over debt default

    The Russian Finance Ministry is filing a lawsuit against Ukraine for Kiev’s failure to pay off its USD 3-billion debt to Moscow by the end of December 2015. According to the reports, the Russian ministry said on its website late on Thursday that it is suing Kiev as it is “in a state of default” regarding its obligations toward...

    Russia filing lawsuit against Ukraine over debt default
    Jan01

    Russia filing lawsuit against Ukraine over debt default

    The Russian Finance Ministry is filing a lawsuit against Ukraine for Kiev’s failure to pay off its USD 3-billion debt to Moscow by the end of December 2015. …read more Source: Iran...

    In New Year Messages, Europe’s Leaders Call for Strength
    Jan01

    In New Year Messages, Europe’s Leaders Call for Strength

    The year 2015 seemed close to overwhelming Europe. Various crises hit the continent, testing its unity, security and economic stability. But, the continent seems to have survived—enough at least to head, perhaps a little unsteadily, into 2016. Greece didn’t leave the eurozone as economists thought it might back in July. The hundreds of...

    Russia announces lawsuit vs Ukraine over default on $3B debt
    Jan01

    Russia announces lawsuit vs Ukraine over default on $3B debt

    MOSCOW, Russia – Russia’s finance ministry said Friday, January 1, it was suing Ukraine for defaulting on a $3-billion debt to Moscow, following an order by President Vladimir Putin. Kiev is “in a state of default” regarding its obligations toward Moscow and legal proceedings would ensue, the ministry said. “Russia’s...

    One of the world’s major oil producers could face a huge problem in 2016
    Jan01

    One of the world’s major oil producers could face a huge problem in 2016

    Tife Owolabi/ReutersThis coming year is shaping up to be a difficult one for economies that are disproportionately dependent on oil. This is especially true for Nigeria, where there’s a possibility of renewed conflict in the country’s oil-producing Niger Delta region, according to SBM Intelligence’s recently published...

    Ukraine, EU launch free trade deal
    Jan01

    Ukraine, EU launch free trade deal

    A Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) between Ukraine and the European Union (EU) was officially launched Friday after four years of preparation. …read more Source: China...

    Russia sues Ukraine over $3bn debt
    Jan01

    Russia sues Ukraine over $3bn debt

    Move to recoup funds through English courts does not preclude further negotiations, says Moscow …read more Source: Financial...

    Ukrainian Military, Separatists Trade Accusations Of Truce Violation
    Jan01

    Ukrainian Military, Separatists Trade Accusations Of Truce Violation

    The Ukrainian military and Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine accused each other on January 1 of violating a shaky holiday truce between the warring sides. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...