Ukraine’s export of rapeseed is likely to jump by 60% YoY, to 1.65 million tons in the 2017-2018 season as the harvest is expected to be about 70% larger than in the previous year Ukrainian output could rise to 2.03 million tons this year from 1.19 million tons in 2016 due to larger sowing area…Details
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A loan agreement for $20 million has been signed in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia between the government of Tajikistan, represented by Abdusalom Qurboniyon, Minister of Finance, and the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB), represented by its President Ahmad Mohammed Ali. The amount of this loan is allocated for co-financing the project in the transport sector “Construction of…Details
The first nine-story apartment building has been put in commission in Khorog, the capital of the Gorno Badakhshan Autonomous Region (GBAO). 63 families whose houses have been demolished as part of the municipal redevelopment plan that includes the construction of one 16-story apartment building, two 12-story apartment building and new buildings of the regional drama…Details
Predicting changes for housing prices in the next two to three years, 66% of interviewed Latvian residents said prices would likely increase, according to data from DNB Bank’s survey. Every tenth respondent expects housing prices to decline. 18% of respondents are confident that prices will remain the same. The highest proportion of respondents who expect…Details
There were 36 banks in Ukraine as of April 1 that needed boosting their charter capital by July 11, to the required minimum set of UAH 200 million, or $7.55 million, according to the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU). The list of banks with charter capital worth less than UAH 200 million includes Motor-Bank, Zemelny…Details
Production of motor vehicles in Ukraine rose by 91.8% YoY in January-April, to 2,064 units, according to the Ukravtoprom Association. In particular, production of passenger cars grew by 107.5%, to 1,700 units, while the output of commercial vehicles shrank by 38.8%, to 153 units. At the same time, the number of buses produced over the…Details
Issues related to economic cooperation between Tajikistan and China were discussed at a meeting of Tajik Deputy Prime Minister Azim Ibrohim with visiting Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) Pan Yunhe. In the course of the talks, Ibrohim noted that Tajikistan supported Chinese leader’s initiative regarding new…Details