6 important inventions that you won’t believe were first made in Russia


Russians have come up with many brilliant ideas, but due to economic conditions, a weak legal and patent system, as well as a lack of consumer demand, these ideas never became widespread in the Motherland. Continue reading 6 important inventions that you won’t believe were first made in Russia

De plus en plus de firmes russes en Suisse pour éviter les sanctions


Prétéritées par les sanctions des Etats-Unis et de l’Union européenne, les sociétés russes sont de plus en plus nombreuses à développer leurs activités en Suisse, attirées par sa situation centrale et sa neutralité.

Russian industrial production picks in July with 3.9% expansion


Russia’s industrial production improved in July, rising to 3.9% y/y after taking a hit a month earlier when it fell back to 2.2% in June, Rosstat reported on August 15. While Russian services have been growing strongly all year, industrial production growth has been fragile and although it is expanding it has failed to gather any momentum.

Stadler envisage la construction d’une usine à St-Pétersbourg


Le constructeur de matériel roulant Stadler Rail est à la recherche d’un “site majeur” à Saint-Pétersbourg en vue d’y installer une nouvelle usine.

Comment: Investment opportunities in a post-sanctions Russia


Russia represents an under-valued and over-looked investment opportunity and those who can look past the present sanctions will be best-placed to take advantage when those opportunities become more widely appreciated, as Luis Saenz, co-head of equities at BCS Global Markets explains.

Medical helicopters delivered in Russia


Russian Helicopters, a subsidiary of Rostec State Corporation has announced the delivery of two Ansat and five Mi-8AMT helicopters to the State Transport Leasing Company (GTLK).

Russia ranks HIGHER than Switzerland in these areas of doing business


Some curious things happened with several businesspeople who attended World Cup events in Russia.

Russia Is Launching Its Fastest Cargo Ship to the Space Station


Roscosmos successfully launched the Progress 70 cargo ship on the fastest trip yet to the International Space Station. Less than 4 hours after launch the spacecraft docked at the orbiting lab, a first.

Russia to launch next-generation satellite


Russia plans to launch the next-generation Glonass-K2 satellite aboard a Soyuz-2 carrier rocket from the Plesetsk spaceport in the countrys north or aboard an Angara rocket from the Vostochny cosmodrome in the Russian Far East in 2022.

Kaspersky Lab moves core infrastructure from Russia to Switzerland


As part of its Global Transparency Initiative, Kaspersky Lab is adapting its infrastructure to move a number of core processes from Russia to Switzerland.

Russian rocket engines to continue launching America into space


Russia will continue supplying RD-180 rocket engines, which are used by NASA and the Pentagon, to the United States until at least 2020.

New rules: If you’re a foreigner working in Russia you need to read this


Starting July 8, employers will no longer be able to register non-Russians by their work address. If you get it wrong you could be fined, so take note!