Ukraine: Kaspersky Lab liquidates subsidiary

Subsidiary of Kaspersky Lab (Moscow) Kaspersky Lab Ukraine LLC (Kyiv) has announced its liquidation under the decision of its owner.

Claims of creditors can be submitted within two months from the moment of the publication of the announcement (until February 14, 2017).

Andriy Polischuk has been appointed liquidator of the company. (Interfax/Business World Magazine)

Kazakhstan: temperature swings to affect winter hardiness of winter wheat crops

On November 21-30, air temperatures were below normal in the south and southeast of Kazakhstan, where winter crops were grown. Precipitation rates were below normal as well. Kazakh meteorologists say the alternation between above-zero air temperatures and their night drops to –27 degrees C during that period may affect winter hardiness of underdeveloped winter wheat…

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Kazakhstan: grain export prices up

In January-October the prices for exported products in Kazakhstan increased by 9.9% YoY, including grains – by 13.6%, the Committee on statistics at the Ministry of National Economy reported. According to the announcement, in the reporting period the export prices for cotton increased by 36.6%, wool – by 10.6%. In addition, the prices for imported…

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Ukraine fails to export harvested grains

Due to the problems with logistics of agricultural products, Ukraine will fail to export the harvested grain volumes, the founder and CEO at the Agri-industrial holding Astarta Viktor Ivanchyk declared. Thousands of rail cars were taken out of service, the number of motor transport reduced, because many vehicles became disabled, and there is no upgrade…

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World: CBOT corn prices gain 4.5%

On December 1-8, CBOT corn prices gained 4.46%. On the spot market US corn export prices recovered to the previous week’s level. Brazilian corn prices increased on average by $7/MT, while Argentinean corn prices rose by $4/MT. CBOT futures were supported by the following factors: positive data on ethanol production in the USA and lack…

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Ukraine: startup Sixa raises $3.5 million from three investment companies

Ukrainian company Sixa, which has developed an application for access to a high-performance virtual computer in the “cloud,” has raised $3.5 million from U.S.-based Tandem Capital fund, as well as the investment companies Horizon Capital and Digital Future. “Sixa is a very valuable company for Digital Future’s portfolio. Fight among investors for the opportunity to…

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