Uzbekistan to develop beekeeping

Honey, a healthy foodstuff, which improves human nutrition and boosts immunity, has long tradition as a food source in Uzbekistan. Currently, beekeeping continues to develop dynamically in the country. Special attention paid to the development of beekeeping and saturation of the domestic market with affordable and high-quality products had a positive impact on the expansion…

Latvia: transit and logistics industries to communicate more actively

Mutual communication and information exchange among businesses working in the industry is the pre-condition for improvement of Latvia’s transit industry, said Transport Ministry’s state secretary Kaspars Ozolins at a meeting of the Logistics Council. The Logistics Council discussed the situation in the transit and logistics industry, as well as predictions and proposals for improving competitiveness.…

Kazakhstan: export of industrial products up in H1 2017

During the recent party hearings on the implementation of the State Program for Industrial and Innovative Development, the Investment and Development Minister of Kazakhstan Zhenis Kasymbek summarized the activities of the State program of industrial-innovative development. “To date, Kazakhstan not only provides the country with domestic products, but also enters foreign markets. The volume of…

Estonia: Ratas and Sefcovic meet to discuss energy issues

Prime Minister Juri Ratas (Center) met with Vice-President of the European Commission Maros Sefcovic to discuss energy infrastructure projects, the Clean Energy package and other energy sector-related matters. Ratas and Sefcovic opened the meeting by discussing the synchronization of Baltic power systems with Poland and Europe. “The synchronization of Baltic power systems needs to meet…

Kazakhstan: grain exports to Norway to be resumed

According to the Minister of Investments and Development of Kazakhstan Zhenis Kassymbek, Kazakhstan will resume grain supplies to Norway. Speaking at the plenary session of Mazhilis, Kassymbek noted that even though the trade turnover between the two countries was low right now, there was a 53% increase in automobile transportation and the ministry saw prospects…

Latvia: transport planning in Riga not reflecting region’s scale

Road Transport Administration plans to speak with Riga and Pieriga administrations about the fractured public transport system in the region, says the administration’s chairman Kristians Godins. Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development has concluded that transport planning in Riga and its region is fragmented and does not reflect Riga region’s scale. OECD believes coordination among…

Kazakhstan: economy grows by 4.3%

The economic growth in Kazakhstan has amounted to 4.3% since the beginning of this year, the First Vice-Minister of the National Economy of Kazakhstan Ruslan Dalenov said on September 19 during a government meeting. “After the slight slowdown of 4% in July, the economic growth accelerated to 4.3% during the eight months of this year,…