Russia’s biggest business daily is to take to the air Monday when Kommersant FM radio starts broadcasting in the capital. The station will operate on the 93.6 frequency in an all-news format with a focus on business and financial information, spokeswoman Galina Boyanova said Friday. She said the station would benefit from synergy with the newspaper and referred all further questions to a news conference scheduled for Monday. The frequency was obtained by Kommersant’s publishing house in April 2007, but the ambitious plans to develop the business-orientated radio station stalled because of the economic crisis, national media reported. Kommersant, which has an official daily circulation of 101,739, was acquired by Kremlin-friendly businessman Alisher Usmanov in 2006 but has largely kept its critical stance vis-a-vis the government. Kommersant’s radio station faces a tough task to become profitable in the city’s overcrowded radio market, which is jammed with about 50 stations, analysts said.