Russian energy giant Gazprom plans to offer foreign investors up to a 50 percent share in a project to build a liquefied natural (LNG) plant near Vladivostok in Russia’s Far East, Gazprom Deputy CEO Vitaly Markelov said on Wednesday
China’s government has published a plan of new economic reforms. The new measures will limit the interference of the state in the economy. The plan’s authors believe that this may speed up the country’s economic development
Russia will take out a $40 million loan from the World Bank to prevent forest fires and promote sustainable forest management, according to a government resolution posted on the government’s website on Tuesday
The 7th of May is Radio Day in Russia. On that day in 1895 Russian physicist Alexander Popov held a radio communication session which initiated the rapid development of wireless technologies. Mass radio broadcasting developed in the 1920s and TV evol
NASA is on target to put astronauts on Mars by 2030, but needs a little help from its friends with experience in space, including Russia, to successfully pull off the first manned flight to the red planet, Charles Bolden, the head of the US space age
The fate of a new Kalashnikov AK-12 assault rifle developed for the Russian army will be decided during the state acceptance trials due to begin in June 2013, Russia's largest firearms manufacturer, Izhmash, said.
Photos of 20 Miss Korea 2013 finalists looking very much alike have caused a vigorous debate among web users. The discussion evolved about the reasonability of plastic surgery procedures that have become very popular in South Korea over recent years
Russian metals giant Norilsk Nickel is suspending the operations of its Lake Johnston enterprise in Australia to minimize production costs, the company said on Wednesday, citing unfavorable market trends.
A Russian Soyuz-2.1B carrier rocket will lift off from the Plesetsk space center on Friday to deliver another Glonass-M navigation satellite into orbit, Russian Aerospace Defense Forces spokesman Col. Alexei Zolotukhin said.
Last Friday, the Baikonur Cosmodrome saw the launch of the Bion-M1 satellite, the first Russian spacecraft since 2007 intended for biological research involving animals. On board is an entire zoo, now orbiting around Earth. We present a list of Bion'