The Russia-centered Eurasian economic cooperation deals are coming fast and furious with these two. on the Gazprom news:

Dyukov said nine of ten consumers had agreed to switch to euros... . Some contracting parties agree to switch from dollars to euros and Yuans.

And the second one:

Russia's Minister for Far East Development Aleksander Galushka announced the plan to extend the Trans-Siberian Railroad at a meeting in Vladivostok on Thursday. The expansion would provide a link between the Korean peninsula and Europe's $17 trillion economy, making Russia a major transit route between Europe and Asia. Shipping by rail is nearly 3 times faster than via the Suez Canal, Russian Railways CEO Vladimir Bakunin has said.

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