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Defying U.S., China and Iran Near Trade and Military Partnership

By Farnaz Fassihi and Steven Lee Myers

The investment and security pact would vastly extend China’s influence in the Middle East, throwing Iran an economic lifeline and creating new flash points with the United States.

White House Warns Against Chinese Investment, Citing Risk of Further Sanctions

By Ana Swanson

Economic and security officials warned a federal fund against putting retirement savings in China at “a time of mounting uncertainty” for the relationship.

China's National Security Law Wins Business Support

By Alexandra Stevenson

A flood of investment from China has tempered worries that Beijing’s tightening grip on the Asian financial capital would end its status as a lucrative place to do business.

Green investment plan will be an impulse for economic growth

By MichaΕ‚ Kurtyka

The coronavirus pandemic has forced decision-makers to change their perspective on the economy and adapt to the new normal. In this unprecedented moment, we propose solutions which will trigger a new impulse for development. Michał Kurtyka presents Poland's view on the green investment plan.

Fears for Volvo Expose Sour Turn in Sweden’s Ties With China

By Thomas Erdbrink and Christina Anderson

When a Chinese manufacturer swept in to save the Swedish car marque, it was warmly welcomed. A decade later, plans for a fuller merger are being debated in a frostier atmosphere.

Ownership change at Russia’s Akado

By Chris Dziadul

AVK Investments has acquired a majority (51%) stake in Akado Holding, whose interests include the Russian telco and cable operator Komkor (Akado Telekom).

According to ComNews, the stake was sold by Viktor Vekselberg’s Renova Holding, which will retain a 49% share in Akado.

It adds that AVK Investments is solely owned by Maxim Mayorets, who up until 2018 was the M&A director at Renova.

His other interests include an 80% stake in MTV Networks East, which is represented by the Russian company Viacom through Legacy Media.

Although no financial details of the transaction have been disclosed, it is believed to be in the region of R10-20 billion (€130-260 million).

Ownership change at Russia’s Akado

By Chris Dziadul

AVK Investments has acquired a majority (51%) stake in Akado Holding, whose interests include the Russian telco and cable operator Komkor (Akado Telekom).

According to ComNews, the stake was sold by Viktor Vekselberg’s Renova Holding, which will retain a 49% share in Akado.

It adds that AVK Investments is solely owned by Maxim Mayorets, who up until 2018 was the M&A director at Renova.

His other interests include an 80% stake in MTV Networks East, which is represented by the Russian company Viacom through Legacy Media.

Although no financial details of the transaction have been disclosed, it is believed to be in the region of R10-20 billion (€130-260 million).

Ownership change at Russia’s Akado

By Chris Dziadul

AVK Investments has acquired a majority (51%) stake in Akado Holding, whose interests include the Russian telco and cable operator Komkor (Akado Telekom).

According to ComNews, the stake was sold by Viktor Vekselberg’s Renova Holding, which will retain a 49% share in Akado.

It adds that AVK Investments is solely owned by Maxim Mayorets, who up until 2018 was the M&A director at Renova.

His other interests include an 80% stake in MTV Networks East, which is represented by the Russian company Viacom through Legacy Media.

Although no financial details of the transaction have been disclosed, it is believed to be in the region of R10-20 billion (€130-260 million).

The Pandemic Will Permanently Change the Auto Industry

By Jack Ewing

Plunging sales could force factories to close and lead to takeovers and mergers, but also bolster sales of electric cars.

Watchdog group files complaints against Burr, Loeffler over stock sales in run-up to coronavirus crisis

By Tyler Olson

The watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) filed a complaint with the Senate Ethics Committee Friday against Sens. Richard Burr, R-N.C., and Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., suggesting they may have engaged in insider trading based on their knowledge about the coronavirus pandemic.

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