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IAAF supports IOC decision to encourage Russia’s whistleblowing coupleSport October 25, 18:14
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Minsk sees military cooperation with Moscow productiveWorld October 25, 18:04
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Russian commander assesses results of Russian-Egyptian drills' main phaseMilitary & Defense October 25, 17:13
Russian expert slams EU’s sanctions against Moscow as gimmick to ensure its own unityRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 25, 17:13
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“The warnings came as the European Union published its toughest sanctions against Russia since the end of the cold war, targeting Russia’s energy, financial and defense sectors,” the newspaper’s online article says.
According to the newspaper, shares in Adidas, the world’s second-largest sportswear group, dropped 15% after the company issued a profit warning and said it would accelerate the closure of stores in Russia because of increasing risks to consumer spending in the region.
Joe Kaeser, chief executive of Siemens, warned geopolitical tensions including those in Ukraine posed “serious risks” for Europe’s growth this year and next.
Erste Group, the third-largest lender in emerging Europe, warned the turmoil could impact banks in Eastern Europe. “I can’t exclude any nasty surprises in the region due to political decisions or developments,” said Erste chief executive Andreas Treichl. “If the crisis accelerates of course we will have to revise our forecast for all over Europe in 2015 and 2016,” he added.