Lithuania: Elektrum Lietuva expanding

Independent power supplier Elektrum Lietuva, a part of Latvian energy group Latvenergo, is launching a new business and will help residents and businesses to install solar panels this month already. Elektrum Lietuva CEO Martynas Gina says the company is the first on the market to provide such services. Elektrum Lietuva has been operating in Lithuania…

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Turkmenistan: Iranian firms keen to involve in construction projects

Iranian companies are interested in taking part in motorway and road construction projects in Turkmenistan, Abbas Ahmad Akhoundi, the Islamic Republic’s Roads and Urban Development minister, said. Akhoundi made the remarks on the sidelines of a meeting with Turkmenistan’s Foreign Affairs Minister Rasit Meredow in Tehran. The parties held talks on participation of Iranian companies…

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Belarus: Mogilev meat and dairy producers seek to tap into Japanese market

Mogilev companies are planning to branch out into the Japanese meat and dairy market. Relevant contracts may be concluded at the first Belarusian-Japanese economic forum in Japan on May 9-11, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Belarus to Japan Ruslan Yesin announced. “The forthcoming forum will include meetings between Mogilev meat and dairy producers and Japanese…

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Ukraine: sugar exports down in April 2018

In April Ukrainian producers delivered 41,800 tons of sugar to foreign markets, down by 12% MoM (47,200 tons in March), the press service of the Ukrtsukor National Association of Sugar Producers of Ukraine reported. “Although the pace of shipments slightly decreased, the geography of exports has not changed. Most shipments were made to Uzbekistan –…

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