Today in Russian Business – June 27, 2011

Kremlin economic adviser Arkady Dvorkovich is warning that United Russia should not be allowed to form a monopoly on waste processing and recycling.  Welcome to Ryazan, home of Plazma.  Deputy Finance Minister Sergei Shatalov says that the government’s spending target is so high that it threatens financial stability.  A criminal case against Hermitage Capital head William Browder might be closed.  Polymetal appears to have its eye on a London listing by the end of the year.  Aeroflot is to join the ranks of Kremlin businesses set to be privatized in the next 3-5 years.  Are protectionist policies in Ukraine and Russia spoiling chances of higher crop production?