Japan’s satellite intended to demonstrate the project of capturing and removing space junk from orbit is expected to be launched aboard a Russian Soyuz-2 rocket from the Baikonur spaceport.
First batches of Russian-produced solar panels have been supplied to Europe, according to First Deputy Energy Minister Alexey Texler.
Russia’s largest majority state-owned bank Sberbank has signed a partnership agreement with state-owned power giant Rosseti to propagate new technologies.
Russia’s fast-growing appetite for chocolate is helping to boost global cocoa demand, according to Barry Callebaut AG.
La création d’une base lunaire est envisagée par la Russie. Elle permettra aux astronautes de rechercher de la matière organique et de faire la lumière sur l’apparition de la vie sur les planètes, selon le directeur de l’Institut de recherches spatiales auprès de l’Académie des sciences de Russie.
Russia and Germany have agreed to connect Germany’s capital Berlin with St. Petersburg, which is often branded Russia’s northern capital.
The government agrees to set eligibility measures for car manufacturers to have access to state support
The state support for Russian automotive industry may be aimed at car manufacturers, who already meet the conditions of the so-called second industrial assembly regime in a new investment cycle.
Alliance Rostec Auto BV, the joint venture of Rostec and Renault-Nissan, has announced that the share of the company in the capital of Avtovaz has risen to 96.6% from 83.5%.
Vladimir Putin and Shinzo Abe recently attended the opening ceremony of a new engine plant at Mazda Sollers Manufacturing Rus in Vladivostok, which was launched officially on September 10. The plant is designed to manufacture 50,000 Sky Activ-G engines per year in accordance with the Euro-5 emission standard.
The board of directors of BRICS’ New Development Bank (NDB) has approved three infrastructure and sustainable development projects in India and Russia with loans aggregating $825 million.
A new breed of giant seabird is set to patrol the Russian coast — armed with 6.5 tons of ammunition and state-of-the-art surveillance systems. Its mission: to locate and neutralize uninvited guests lurking below the brine.