• Myanmar Junta to Reopen Russianbacked Steel Plant

    Jun 15, 2021 · Myanmar Junta to Reopen Russianbacked Steel Plant. Russia's state corporation Rostec completed the Pinpet iron plant in 2015 in Taunggyi, Shan State, Myanmar. / Rostec. By The Irrawaddy 15 June 2021. The Myanmar regime plans to reopen the No. 2 Steel factory (Pinpet) in Shan State, which was closed more than four years ago.

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  • VVER

    The waterwater energetic reactor (WWER), or VVER (from Russian: водоводяной энергетический реактор; transliterates as vodovodyanoi energetichesky reaktor; waterwater power reactor) is a series of pressurized water reactor designs originally developed in the Soviet Union, and now Russia, by OKB Gidropress. The idea of such a reactor was proposed at the ...

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  • Russian documents reveal desire to sow racial discord ...

    May 20, 2019 · New evidence suggests Russia tried to sow unrest in the beyond the 2020 election. LONDON — Russians who were linked to interference in the 2016 election discussed ambitious plans to ...

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  • REFINERY NEWS ROUNDUP: Runs rise at Russian plants as ...

    Nov 12, 2021 · ** Russia's Komsomolsk refinery is planning to upgrade the ELOU AVT3 primary processing complex. The refinery is building a hydrocracker complex which will increase its depth of processing to ...

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  • Russia facts

    Russia's history as a democracy is short. The country's first election, which took place in 1917, was quickly reversed by the Bolsheviks, and it wasn't until the 1991 election of Boris Yeltsin that democracy took hold. Russia is a federation of 86 republics, provinces, territories and districts, all controlled by the government in Moscow.

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  • Russia: Deadly fire at gunpowder factory — reports | News ...

    Oct 22, 2021 · Russia's emergencies ministry published footage of smoke and debris at the severely damaged factory building. The fire is thought to have started in a powder workshop at the FGUP "Elastik" plant.

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  • Russia's Baltic Chemical Complex PE project aims to add 3m ...

    Sep 24, 2021 · BARCELONA (ICIS)Russia's Baltic Chemical Complex €10bn project, one of the world's largest polyethylene (PE) expansions, will start commercial production from mid2024, targeting its domestic market as well as export destinations including Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Africa, according to the CEO at the producer.

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  • Russian Federation Power Market | 2021

    Under the Russian Energy Strategy, Russia had planned to install 25 GW of renewable energy by 2030. With 5% of the global nuclear market and 8% of the world production of natural uranium, Nuclear Energy is one of the significant sources of power in Russia contributing 18% of electricity in 2018 and is expected to grow further in the forecast ...

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  • Russia

    Russia is one of the European Union's main trade partners. Since 1997, the EU's political and economic relations with Russia have been based on a bilateral Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA). The traderelevant sections of the PCA aim to promote trade and investment, and to develop mutually beneficial economic relations.

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  • Genetically Modified Food Sources | ScienceDirect

    Genetically Modified Food Sources reports detailed results of studies on the medical and biological safety of 14 species of genetically modified plantderived organisms (GMOs). The authors focus on issues in GMO production and world output, specifically the basic legislative regulations of modern biotechnology in the Russian Federation.

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  • Kaluga Turbine Works

    Nov 07, 2011 · By 1954 KTW turbines were widely operated in different branches of industry not only in Russia, but also in China, Poland, Hungary and Romania. It had a total installed capacity rated at 100 000 kW.

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  • 16 killed in explosion at Russian chemicals plant | The ...

    Russia's Emergencies Ministry/Handout via REUTERS. Sixteen people were killed in an explosion and fire at a gunpowder and chemicals plant in Russia's western Ryazan province, TASS news agency ...

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  • Russia

    The Soviet Union's 1991 collapse made Russia the inheritor of the vast majority of the USSR's weapons of mass destruction. Although Russia has substantially reduced its stockpiles from Cold War peaks, it still controls one of the world's largest and deadliest nuclear forces, and deteriorating relations with the United States have stalled further arms control diplomacy.

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  • Your Guide to Russia's Infrastructure Hacking Teams | WIRED

    Jul 12, 2017 · The prime candidate among Russia's array of hacker teams is a group of cyberspies most widely identified as Energetic Bear, but also known by names including DragonFly, Koala, and Iron Liberty ...

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  • Glossary Soviet Union

    Glossary Soviet Union. The Soviet Union's most prestigious scholarly institute, which conducted basic research in the physical, natural, mathematical, and social sciences. Established in 1725 by Peter the Great, it carried out longrange research and developed new technology. Union republics ( ) also had academies of sciences.

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  • Putin Took Credit for the Boom. Now There's a Bust.

    May 02, 2016 · Russia's current crisis, though largely caused by market forces beyond the Kremlin's control, ... Mr. Deripaska's alumina plant, is now pumping out its primary product, a chemical compound ...

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