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Ukraine: investors interested in solar energy

Investors are interested in solar energy today with a view of a quick entry into the market, according to an expert. "At present, we see the greatest activity in the solar energy sector. Across Ukraine, it is the most popular sort of energy. I think this is because it is the fastest way to enter the market. It is possible...

Ukraine: Wizz Air to launch new London-Lviv flights in September 2018

Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air has announced it will expand its route network with five new routes from London, among which are flights to the city of Lviv, according to the company's website. London-Lviv flights will be performed three times a week - on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from September 18, 2018. The cost of flight will total 26.99 pounds sterling...

Kazakhstan: Air Astana to become one of the largest Airbus A320neo operators in CA and CIS

Air Astana, the flag carrier of Kazakhstan, is destined to become one of the largest A320neo Family operators in Central Asia and CIS over the next three years. The airline is the first operator of this type in the region from 2016 and the fleet will grow to 17 aircraft by 2020, Air Astana will operate 6 A320neo, 7 A321neo...

Kyrgyzstan: around 400 schools built in seven years

Almost 400 schools have been built in Kyrgyzstan in 7 years. A new program for the construction of new schools instead of emergency facilities was started, thanks to which the growth rate of the number of the commissioned facilities doubled. An extensive program was also launched to overhaul the buildings of emergency schools. Over the past 7 years, the country has...

Uzbekistan: GDP growth rate disclosed

According to the preliminary estimates, Uzbekistan's GDP totaled 170,74.8 trillion soums and the real growth rate was 105.3% in January-September compared to the same period of 2016, the State Statistics Committee said in a message. According to the message, the growth rate in the main sectors of the economy, such as agriculture, forestry and fishery amounted to 3.5%, industry -...

Ukraine: Deposit Guarantee Fund extends liquidation of PJSC Integral-Bank

The Deposit Guarantee Fund has extended the liquidation of PJSC Integral-Bank until November 26, 2018, the Fund's press service reports. "The Executive Directorate of the Deposit Guarantee Fund approved a decision No. 5073 to extend the terms of liquidation of the PJSC Integral-Bank for one year, until November 26, 2018 inclusive, in line with part two of Article 12, part...

Ukraine: Ukravtodor to start replacing road surface to cement topping at three roads

The Infrastructure Ministry of Ukraine plans to start three reconstruction projects for 232 km of roads with cement surfacing in 2018. The project would cost around UAH 8 billion. The project was discussed at a meeting of the parliamentary transport committee. The first project is reconstruction of the northern orbital road around Zhytomyr in Kyiv-Chop M-06 highway (22.3 km). "It is planned...

Estonia: Tallinn to build second corridor for trams in city center

The Tallinn city government is working on a plan for an additional corridor for tram traffic through the center of the city to make tram services less vulnerable to interruptions and accidents in the section currently used by all of the city's four tramlines. The additional corridor would be built as part of the construction of a tramline to the...

Turkmenistan: Afghanistan highlights importance of infrastructure projects

Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov has met with Chief Adviser on Infrastructure and Technology to the Afghan president Mohammad Humayon Qayoumi, the Turkmen government said in message on November 17. According to the message, Qayoumi stressed the great importance of the large-scale projects, which were being implemented, for the regional countries. Among those projects is the construction of the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas...

Estonia: Nordica launches quiet morning flights

Estonian-state owned airline Nordica has introduced the so-called "quiet flights" in the mornings, where announcements read on the plane are kept to a minimum and do not include any advertisements. On the flights departing before 9 a.m., onboard announcements are presented in an abbreviated form and read in a quieter voice, Nordica said. Safety-related announcements, however, are presented as usual. No...