The US-China trade war and US sanctions against Russia have created new opportunities for Russian firms, as per the China Overseas Development Association.
The Moscow backed Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) is poised to sign Free Trade Agreements with Egypt, Iran, India and Singapore.
Several member nations of the European Union are pursuing increased trade and cooperation with Russia, defying Brussels hard line.
Russia has allocated US$320 million to develop tourist infrastructure from 2019 to 2022, creating sustainable growth opportunities in the sector.
15 years after the Concorde was retired, Russia wants to bring back supersonic passenger aircraft services.
Chris Devonshire-Ellis explains why it is time to reassess Russia’s foreign investment potential.
Russia is making a strategic shift in its reserves towards holding fewer dollars and more assets in other currencies, especially the RMB and Euro.
Annual 2018 reports just released show that the Russian Central Bank reduced the dollar share of its international reserves to 24.4 percent.
Russia’s digital economy development national program is to be funded by over US$26 billion over the next five years to make its economy more competitive.
Trade between Russia and India has been steadily growing and the two nations aim to further boost trade and encourage investment.