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World leaders react to Biden’s decision to exit presidential race

AOL 22 Jul 2024
Biden “should be held accountable for the war unleashed in Ukraine, for destroying the economies of European countries, and for the sanctions policy against Russia and other countries,” Volodin said.
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Hey Allies, Why Not ‘Putin Proof’ NATO Instead?

The American Spectator 22 Jul 2024
Reclaiming all of Ukraine’s lost territory is not worth sparking a general war between Russia and NATO, much less a nuclear exchange ... The European Union has three times Russia’s population, and an aggregate economy nine times the size of Russia’s ... .
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Modi-Putin Talks Have Imparted A New Dimension To Overall Economy Of India

The Arabian Post 21 Jul 2024
Had Russia refrained from supplying oil to India in the wake of sanctions, it would have been near impossible for India to achieve high growth in the economy ... In sum, Russia emerged a new partner of ...
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Women in Ukraine are taking over traditionally male-dominated work as the war goes on

National Public Radio 21 Jul 2024
A program in Ukraine trains women to drive buses and large trucks — jobs typically dominated by men. But the ongoing conflict with Russia is reshaping Ukraine's economy, its job market and who is available to work ....
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Economic Survey to be tabled in Parliament tomorrow ahead of Budget: 10 points

Hindustan Times 21 Jul 2024
Confused where to invest? Stock market may like Budget 2024 if Nirmala Sitharaman focuses on these themesIn 2023, the theme was ‘Recovery Complete’ as the economy was recovering amid Russia-Ukraine ...
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Trump shooting symptomatic of global stirring of violent conflict

Independent online (SA) 21 Jul 2024
The abuse of sanctions, not only against Russia but also against countries like Syria, Iran, Cuba, Venezuela and Zimbabwe, causes economies to under-perform, deprives the ill of medical advances and impedes access to essential commodities.
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Balancing Act: Europe's strategy for economic resilience and openness

The Malta Independent 21 Jul 2024
In recent years, Europe has faced unprecedented challenges that have tested the resilience and security of its economy. The global pandemic, Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and escalating geopolitical ...
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£3,000 of savings? Here’s how I’d use that to start buying shares this July

The Motley Fool 21 Jul 2024
M&G (LSE ... Inflation recently hit 40-year highs… the ‘cost of living crisis’ rumbles on… the prospect of a new Cold War with Russia and China looms large, while the global economy could be teetering on the brink of recession ... .
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£12,000 in savings? I’d buy these 3 FTSE shares to target passive income

The Motley Fool 21 Jul 2024
LLOY) ... Inflation recently hit 40-year highs… the ‘cost of living crisis’ rumbles on… the prospect of a new Cold War with Russia and China looms large, while the global economy could be teetering on the brink of recession ... .
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"Not good" for China, Iran, N Korea to support Russia: Blinken

Beijing News 20 Jul 2024
And this has a growing, powerful weight on Russia's economy and on Russia's future," Blinken said ... "Seventy per cent of the machine tools that Russia is importing come from China ... of the war by Russia.
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Egypt plays major role in BRICS, says member of Russia’s State Duma in exclusive interview

Egypt Independent 20 Jul 2024
... BRICS bloc plays and and the vision of the United Russia Party. Russia has significantly close relations with Egypt in various fields, he assured, including in politics the economy and the parliament.
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Windfall Profit Tax: Digging for elusive data

Deccan Herald 20 Jul 2024
The government’s tactful diplomacy has ensured that Russian crude oil flows into India at prices well below the international market rate which has wreaked havoc on many other developing economies.
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Russia Boasts That Sanctions Helped It Avoid Global Microsoft Outage

Moscow Times 19 Jul 2024
Russia has worked to substitute imports of foreign goods in key sectors of the economy since 2014, when its relations with the West began deteriorating over the annexation of Crimea and support of separatists in eastern Ukraine.
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Russia has upper hand in ground war – but not at sea

Asiatimes 19 Jul 2024
The past few days have marked a significant moment in the maritime war between Russia and Ukraine ... Despite starting the war with a massive numerical advantage, Russia’s Black Sea fleet has been unable to contribute to the war in any meaningful way.
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Ukraine War: Russia Leads in Ground War - But at Sea It’s a Different Story

The Maritime Executive 19 Jul 2024
The past few days have marked a significant moment in the maritime war between Russia and Ukraine ... It’s a major problem for Russia because warships are among its most expensive military assets, with a procurement cycle that can span decades.
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