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Al Jazeera 24 Apr 2024
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Nigeria, two others see most drop in global banking brand value

Business Day Online 24 Apr 2024
Nigeria, Russia, and Malaysia recorded the biggest decline in the value of banking brands among 50 countries within a year,. read more Nigeria, two others see most drop in global banking brand value ... .
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EU weighs sanctions on firms shipping weapons tech to Russia

Stars and Stripes 23 Apr 2024
The European Union is assessing potential sanctions against more than a dozen companies that have continued to buy restricted goods from the bloc and supply them to Russia, according to a document seen by Bloomberg.
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Third suspect detained over attempt to assassinate Ukrainian defector in Moscow – FSB

Russia Today 23 Apr 2024
A third suspect has been detained in connection with the attempted assassination of former Ukrainian colonel Vasily Prozorov, Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) announced on Tuesday.
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What do companies still in Russia value most: Reputation, principles or profit?

The Washington Times 23 Apr 2024
It has been over two years since Russia invaded Ukraine, yet many well-known international brands, despite global condemnation and strict multilateral sanctions, continue to cling to the Russian market ... .
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Russia hands US tech giant’s PR boss six-year jail sentence

Russia Today 22 Apr 2024
Meta, which owns Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, was branded an extremist organization in Russia shortly after the outbreak of the Ukraine conflict in February 2022 ... In November, the spokesman was placed on a wanted list in Russia.
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The US Cries Out in Pain as It Threatens You and Accuses You of Being ...

The Unz Review 22 Apr 2024
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken intends to warn Chinese officials of consequences for exporting materials to Russia with potential military applications, when he travels to Beijing on Wednesday.
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‘Is Minneapolis good?’ How a Russian transgender refugee found hope in Minnesota — and a ...

Pioneer Press 21 Apr 2024
The couple left Russia on Dec ... “As members of the LGBTQ community, Ivan and Erik faced persecution their whole lives together in Russia from family and neighbors,” according to the GoFundMe site ... “If this happens, he will be deported back to Russia.
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House approves aid for Ukraine, Israel after bitter battle

The Hill 20 Apr 2024
The debate had split House Republicans into warring factions, pitting Reagan-minded traditionalists — who support strong interventions overseas to counter the imperial designs of Russia and China...
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The Collapse of the American Empire, Part III: Diplomacy and Soft Power, by Eric Striker

The Unz Review 18 Apr 2024
Orban has shrugged off these threats by drastically increasing his economic ties to China and Russia ... Sanctions led to most American brands abruptly leaving Russia in 2022, but the native replacements have become more popular than their predecessors.
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How LVMH is going for gold at Paris Olympics: Luxury giant to dress Team France

The Daily Mail 18 Apr 2024
Arnault and the five of his children who have key roles at the company are determined to maintain its all-conquering position in this challenging era of ‘brand bifurcation’ in the sector ... G7 fights for Ukraine cash as Russia's economy booms - ALEX...
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Quality products reflect consumption upgrading trend at CICPE 2024

China Daily 15 Apr 2024
This year's CICPE attracted a record high of over 4,000 brands from 71 countries and regions, with Russia, Mongolia and Malaysia participating in groups for first time.
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Canadian company under fire for mocking Indian customer’s name

Russia Today 13 Apr 2024
Chitransh answered by suggesting such remarks reflect “the invaluable perspective” of the brand towards Indian customers ... Where India Meets Russia – We are now on WhatsApp! ‎Follow and share RT India in English and in Hindi .
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The Kremlin’s Creeping Nationalizations Hit Chelyabinsk Businesses

Moscow Times 11 Apr 2024
In late March, Russian prosecutors announced two nationalizations of Chelyabinsk businesses — of Russia’s most famous pasta brand Makfa and the country’s largest winemaker the Ariant group — on the same day.
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Russia opposition leader Alexey Navalny’s memoir to be published in October

Al Jazeera 11 Apr 2024
Navalny, who died aged 47 in an Arctic prison in February, had wanted to become president of Russia and was Vladimir Putin’s fiercest domestic critic.Keep reading ... list 2 of 3Can Navalnaya unite Russia’s opposition in the wake of her husband’s death?.

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