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Russia mulls lawsuit against U.S. in WTO over sanctions

(Reuters) – Russia is looking at the possibility of filing a lawsuit against the United States in the World Trade Organisation over sanctions hitting Russian banks, Economy Minister Alexei Ulyukayev said on Wednesday, according to Russian news agencies. St Petersburg-based Bank Rossiya was sanctioned alongside its chairman and largest shareholder Yuri Kovalchuk in March as part of punitive measures by Washington over Russia’s annexation of Crimea. Russian bank SMP was also indirectly affected as co-owners Boris Rotenberg and his older brother Arkady fell under U.S. sanctions. SMP chief executive Dmitry Kalantyrsky has said that an estimated 9 billion rubles ($249 million) had been withdrawn after…

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Fritz Robert Saint Paul, nouveau président de la Cour des comptes

QuestCinq.com Deux jours après leur entrée en fonction les conseillers de la Cour Supérieur des Comptes et du Contentieux Administratif (CSCCA) ont élu Fritz Robert Saint Paul président du tribunal administratif d’Haïti. Candidat unique à la présidence, l’ancien président de la chambre des députés a obtenu 6 votes favorables lors du scrutin. L’élection de M. Saint Paul met un terme aux allégations sur une éventuelle entente entre les acteurs politiques pour le maintien de Mme Nonie Mathieu en poste jusqu’à la fin de l’année fiscale. Mme Mathieu, qui était restée en poste au delà de son mandat sur requête du…

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Putin and government to discuss Ukraine energy ties

(Reuters) – President Vladimir Putin will meet senior Russian government officials on Wednesday to discuss Russia’s economic ties with Ukraine, including on energy, his spokesman said. The spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, gave no further details. State-controlled natural gasproducer Gazprom says Ukraine missed a deadline to pay its March gas bill by midnight on Monday and owes the Russian company $2.2 billion. “A meeting is planned with the leaders of the government to discuss the extraordinary situation that has developed in economic cooperation with Ukraine, including in … energy dialogue,” Peskov said. Gazprom has nearly doubled the price it charges Ukraine for gas, to $485 per…

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Les restaurants McDonald’s quittent la Crimée

CLÉMENT ZAMPA Agence France-Presse Simferopol, Crimée Une petite fille blonde tire désespérément la porte, pendant que sa mère lit un écriteau à haute voix : «Pour des raisons de fabrication, le restaurant est fermé». La population de Simferopol, en Crimée, a découvert vendredi avec stupéfaction la brusque fermeture de son McDonald’s. L’établissement de la capitale de la Crimée, rattachée à la Russie après un référendum le 16 mars, scrutin que Kiev et les Occidentaux ne reconnaissent pas, parlant d’«annexion», est l’un des trois de la péninsule, avec ceux de Sébastopol et Yalta. Tous sont désormais fermés. Le géant américain de la…

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Noble beginnings: The first jobs of Nobel Prize winners

BY CHRIS TAYLOR (Reuters) – We all start somewhere. Reuters has proven this edict since last August, when we started asking some of America’s greatest achievers about the first jobs they had. We have talked to chief executives of billion-dollar companies, beloved authors, TV personalities and tech gurus. But then we figured: Let’s talk to an even more elite club. And you can’t get much more exclusive than those who have reached the absolute pinnacle of human achievement: the Nobel Prize. Here, in conjunction with the release of the nation’s monthly jobs report, some American Nobel winners recount their very first…

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Russia raises gas prices for Ukraine by 80 percent

(Reuters) – Russia raised the gas price for Ukraine on Thursday for the second time this week, almost doubling it in three days and piling pressure on a neighbor on the brink of bankruptcy in the crisis over Crimea. The increase, announced in Moscow by Russian natural gas producer Gazprom, meansUkraine will pay 80 percent more for its gas than before the initial increase on Monday. Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said the latest move, two weeks after Moscow annexed Ukraine’s Crimea region, was unacceptable and warned that he expected Russia to increase pressure on Kiev by limiting supply to his country. “There is no reason why Russia would raise the gas…

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JP Morgan to process payment for Russian embassy, easing tension

(Reuters) – JP Morgan Chase & Co is processing a payment from Russia’s embassy in Kazakhstan to insurance agency Sogaz, easing tension after Moscow accused the U.S. bank of illegally blocking the transaction under the pretext of sanctions. Russia’s Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday the “unacceptable, illegal and absurd” act of blocking the payment would have consequences for the U.S. Embassy in Russia. The confrontation threatened to further strain ties between Washington and Moscow, locked in the worst standoff since the Cold War over Russia’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea region. “Following consultation with our regulators, we are processing this transaction,” JPMorgan…

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Iran, Russia working to seal $20 billion oil-for-goods deal: sources

BY JONATHAN SAUL AND PARISA HAFEZI – Iran and Russia have made progress toward an oil-for-goods deal that sources said could be worth up to $20 billion and enable Tehran to boost vital energy exports in defiance of Western sanctions, people familiar with the negotiations told Reuters. In January, Reuters reported that Moscow and Tehran were discussing a barter deal that would see Moscow buy up to 500,000 barrels a day of Iranian oil in exchange for Russian equipment and goods. The United States has said such a deal would raise “serious concerns” and be inconsistent with the nuclear talks between world powers and Iran. A Russian source…

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Pour la première fois en près de 50 ans, le Japon exportera des armes

JACQUES LHUILLERY Agence France-Presse Tokyo-Le Japon a levé mardi l’interdiction de vendre des armes à l’étranger qu’il s’est imposé pendant près d’un demi-siècle, en pleine tension régionale notamment avec son voisin chinois. Le gouvernement de droite de Shinzo Abe a approuvé une nouvelle doctrine en la matière qui remplace cet interdit datant de 1967, a annoncé le secrétaire général du gouvernement Yoshihide Suga. Désormais le Japon pourra par exemple exporter du matériel militaire – il préfère parler de matériel de défense, un terme moins martial – à des pays qui se situent le long de voies maritimes par lesquelles transitent…

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Russia tightens squeeze on Ukraine with gas price rise

(Reuters) – Russian natural gas producer Gazprom announced a more than 40 percent increase in the price of gas for Ukraine on Tuesday, stepping up economic pressure on Kiev in its crisis in relations with Moscow. Price rows have in the past led to cuts in Russian gas supplies to Ukraine and decreases in onward deliveries to Europe, but this time the financial blow to Kiev is set to be cushioned by a new International Monetary Fund loan package. Ukraine will now have to pay $385.5 per 1,000 cubic meters of gas in the second quarter, an increase from the $268.5 agreed in December and higher than the…

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