At a Governmental session on February 11, Minister of National Economy Ruslan Dalenov informed the attendees about the objectives set to the Cabinet in 2020. According to him, the Government had determined target indicators, which should be achieved in 2020. The first target is to increase GDP to 4.7-5%, to raise the volume of fixed…Details
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In January, the Freeport of Riga handled 2,130,200 tons of cargo, down by 25% YoY. Transshipment of dry bulk cargo fell by 33.1%, to 1,265,000 tons, liquid bulk cargo – by 8.5%, to 259,300 tons, and general cargo – by 9.2%, to 606,200 tons. The port’s container throughput climbed by 0.2%, to 428,156 TEUs. In…Details
Budget commission of the Bishkek City Council has approved of a purchase of 50 buses at the expense of the capital’s budget, the First Vice Mayor of Bishkek Almaz Baketaev announced at a planned meeting at the City Hall. He instructed the head of the Bishkek Passenger Transport Enterprise Nurlan Koichubakov to speed up the…Details
Consumer inflation in Ukraine in January amounted to 3.2% YoY, slowing down from 4.1% in December 2019, according to the State Statistics Service of Ukraine. Compared with the previous month, consumer prices in January grew by 0.2%. The agency said the largest price increase in annual terms was recorded for fruit and education services –…Details
The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) forecasts a temporary reduction by around 66.7% in gas imports in 2020, to 5 billion cubic meters. This is due to high gas stocks in the country’s underground storage facilities (USFs), according to the NBU’s January 2020 Inflation Report, published on the regulator’s website on February 6. However, Ukraine…Details
Freight volume handled in the Port of Liepaja in January climbed by 0.4% YoY, to 570,400 tons. In the reporting period, transshipment of grain grew by 0.6%, to 248,100 tons, anthracite – fell by 90.4%, to 11,500 tons, construction materials – grew by 9%, to 50,100 tons, and oil products – 1.52-fold, to 55,400 tons.…Details
Georgian airports serviced 314,079 passengers in January in total, down by 3% YoY, United Airports of Georgia reported. While Kutaisi and Batumi international airports experienced an increase in passenger flow, Tbilisi International Airport actually experienced a decrease. The reason was the Russian flight ban to and from Georgia, which came into force on July 8,…Details