Tajikistan: Tajprombank not hurrying to pay out savings to customers

Closed Joint-Stock Company Tajprombank (Tajik Joint-Stock Commercial Industrial Bank for Reconstruction and Development), one of Tajikistan’s distressed commercial banks, does not hurry up to pay out savings to its customers. The customers complain that they cannot take their money from the bank, although it received 450 million somoni from the government at the beginning of…

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Tajikistan: 273 enterprises created in Dushanbe over the past 25 years of independence

President Emomali Rahmon held a meeting with senior representatives of the Dushanbe administration. The meeting took place at the Kokhi Borbad State Complex and members of the government, parliamentarians, heads of financial institutions as well as representatives of the public and journalists also attended the meeting. The meeting focused on issues related to seeking solution…

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Kyrgyzstan: financial police promises to put an end to shadow economy

The State Service for Combating Economic Crimes (Financial Police) intends to mobilize all resources to fight against the shadow economy, the head of department Zamirbek Osmonov said. According to him, after broadening of powers the service will start revealing shadow schemes, detecting false bankruptcy facts and pseudo-entrepreneurship, and fighting against smuggling. 90% of the violations…

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Ukraine: Energoatom and General Electric Hitachi to study prospects of cooperation

National Nuclear Generating Company Energoatom and General Electric Hitachi, Global Nuclear Fuel will study the prospects of cooperation, the press service of the Ukrainian company has reported. “Energoatom President Yuriy Nedashkovsky, Vice President of General Electric Hitachi in Europe David Powell and Global Nuclear Fuel CEO Amir Vexler held a meeting. At the meeting representatives…

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Ukraine: 2016 the year of economic recovery

Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman stated that 2016 was the year of economic recovery, and industry, construction sector, and agriculture showed the best growth rates. “I would like to emphasize that 2016 marked the resumption of growth of Ukrainian economy. We observed progress in all the economy sectors,” Groysman said. He noted that industry, construction…

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Ukraine not purchasing Russian gas for 440 days

Ukraine has not been purchasing gas from the Russian Federation for 440 days already, Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman said at a Cabinet’s meeting.

“We have been living without Russian gas for 440 days already. This is a matter of our energy independence,” Groysman said. (Ukrinform/Business World Magazine)