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Gazprom completes $2.9b payment to Ukraine's Naftogaz
February 2018, the Stockholm Arbitration Court ordered the Russian gas giant to pay Naftogaz some $2.56 billion over its alleged failure to ship agreed-upon amounts of gas through the Ukrainian pipeline network en route to Europe. The dispute became a part of the broader conflict between Russia and Ukraine in the wake of the 2014 coup in Kiev.
Turkey eases payment installment rules to spur domestic spending
Turkey eased rules on payment installments for various goods, the state-run Anadolu Agency reported, citing regulation published by the official gazette, which may spur domestic spending to support the economy.
Cyber-thieves set sights on hijacking payment data
Thousands of websites are being hit by cyber-thieves who implant code to scoop up payment card numbers, research suggested.
Half of Japan's regional banks to back Mizuho Bank's new cashless payment system
About half of around 100 regional banks in Japan will introduce a new cashless payment system developed by Mizuho Financial Group Inc. starting in late March, sources close to the matter said on Saturday.
Bank of China to enable payment in yuan on US e-commerce platforms
Bank of China’s New York branch will enable Chinese firms to receive payment in yuan rather than dollars from their sales on US e-commerce platforms this year, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Sunday.
Russian oil majors ditching dollar in payment settlements
Russia appears to be already moving closer to a plan to ditch the dollar with reports emerging that more of its biggest oil companies are already preparing to settle payments in other currencies in transactions with clients.
Envoy: UK to pay over £400mn debt to Central Bank of Iran
Iran's ambassador to Britain said an outstanding debt owed by the UK to Tehran will be transferred to the Central Bank of Iran soon, in what will mark an end to the decades-long legal dispute between the two sides.
British FM: €100 billion too much for Brexit
British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday he thought 100 billion euros ($118 billion) was too much to pay for leaving the European Union.
Shamkhani rejects link between US payment to Iran, nuclear deal
Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani dismissed the idea that there was a connection between the $400 million in cash that Iran received from the US as part of an old debt and the process of negotiations on Tehran’s nuclear program.
Iran bank joins euro payment system
Iran says one of its London-based banks has joined the euro payment system, in what could be another breakthrough for the country to remove technical hurdles created as a result of multiple years of sanctions.
Why is Switzerland discouraging early tax payments?
To be fair, they’re not actually cutting tax levels. They’re just discouraging early payment of taxes.
Greek June 5 payment impossible without deal
The Greek government says the repayment of its debt to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) scheduled for early next month will not be possible unless a deal is reached between Athens and its international creditors for unblocking a bailout fund.
Millions of Britons  fear missing  Jan. rent payments
More than 3 million households in Britain fear missing their rent or mortgage payments this month, Shelter has said, adding that an interest rate rise would put many more in trouble.
Seoul makes $500m oil payment to Tehran
South Korea has transferred $500 million to Iran to pay for crude oil imports under an interim nuclear deal that provides limited relief from sanctions, two sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.

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