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Latvia: rail cargo transportation up

Continuing last year’s autumn trend, the volume of cargoes carried by Latvijas dzelzcels had increased in November. The volume of cargoes transported by rail reached 4.46 million tons, up by 7.6% YoY. Coal transports have increased significantly. 1.8 million tons of coal was transported in November. This exceeds the index of November 2015 by 28.7%.…

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Ukraine: Nika-Tera transships over 1.6 million tons of grains in January-October 2016

In January-October the sea terminal Nika-Tera (Sea Special Port Nika-Tera LLC, Mykolaiv, part of Group DF) shipped 1.676 million tons of grain cargoes, which formed 55.64% of the general cargo turnover (3.012 million tons), the press-service of the company declared. Also, the terminal shipped 267 thousand tons of mineral fertilizers (8.86%) and 1.068 thousand tons…

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Uzbekistan to raise prices on alcohol

The minimum wholesale and retail prices on alcoholic beverages (except for beer) in Uzbekistan will be raised starting from January 1, 2017, according to a joint decision of the country’s Ministry of Finance and the State Tax Committee. The minimum wholesale wine price for producers will be increased from 4,500 to 5,400 Uzbek soums (UZS)…

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