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Turkmenistan expanding trade with Georgia

The opening ceremony of the Tbilisi Sea Plaza shopping mall was held in Tbilisi, Georgia, the Turkmen Foreign Ministry said in a message. According to the message, "Turkmenistan" store with a wide range of textile products, carpets and rugs, souvenirs, was opened in the shopping mall. Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili attended the opening ceremony. During the ceremony, the officials stressed that...

Belarus: cargo railway transportation with Estonia to improve

The railway companies of Belarus and Estonia are set to increase bilateral cargo transportation operations, the press service of the Belarusian Railways reported. The heads of the Belarusian Railways and the Estonian Railways met in Minsk to discuss cargo transportation on the Belarus-Estonia route and their prospects. In January-August the volume of transported cargo exceeded 800,000 tons, up 2.8-fold YoY. "A...

Kazakhstan: Turkey ready to import meat products

Turkey is willing to import Kazakhstani meat products, the press service of the Foreign Affairs Ministry of Kazakhstan reported. "Turkey values quality of Kazakhstani meat products and knows how they taste. I am confident that the meat products imported from Kazakhstan will be very popular with our people," Nihat Zeybekci, Turkish Minister of Economy, said during the meeting with Kazakh...

Azerbaijan: railways to buy 900 new cars

Azerbaijan Railways CJSC will buy 900 new freight cars in the near future, says a report on implementation of measures reflected in the Strategic Roadmap for the Development of Logistics and Trade in Azerbaijan. According to the report, the purchase of additional cars is related to an increase in freight traffic volume. Azerbaijan Railways will also buy 200 new containers. The report...

Ukraine: Alfa-Bank shareholder issues two tranches of eurobonds worth $100 million

The only shareholder of Alfa-Bank (Kyiv), ABH Ukraine, on October 2 and October 3 issued two tranches of eurobonds for a total of $100 million, according to a press release from the financial institution. According to the document, the securities were issued under the Reg S rule (for non-U.S. investors) with a maturity date on February 2 and November 3,...

Ukraine: gas imports from Slovakia down in early October 2017

Ukraine reduced imports of natural gas from Slovakia in early October compared to the average daily volumes in the end of the previous month, according to Slovakia's gas operator Eustream. In particular, as of October 1, the import of natural gas from Slovakia, which accounts for about 80% of Ukraine's hydrocarbon imports from the EU, declined by 44% compared to...

Estonia: EUR 42.2 million earned abroad still undeclared

Some 3,000 people need to amend their 2016 tax returns in connection to income received in another country, while another 1,157 who have earned such income have yet to file a tax return. "Information exchanges with other European countries are getting better and better, which is why we have more information about Estonian taxpayers who received income abroad last year,"...

Kazakhstan: China to build a noodle factory

Chinese investors intend to build a noodle factory in Kazakhstan. Most likely, it will be erected in the food belt of Astana. The project cost approximates $47 million. The factory's capacity will be 700 MT of noodle a day with a prospective expansion to 1000 MT. With regard to the grain quality, the Kazakh vice-minister noted that it was much better...

Turkmenistan and Russia outline plan of action to develop economic partnership

The trade and economic partnership was the central theme of the Turkmen-Russian summit talks in Ashgabat. "The parties noted its progressive and stable nature. Despite the objective difficulties associated with the situation in the global economy, Russia continues to be one of Turkmenistan's largest trading partners," says the report. Visits of the Turkmen delegations of the economic bloc to Russia were...

Estonia: Linda Line cancels all departures due to poor sea conditions

Linda Line, which operates the high-speed catamaran Karolin connecting Tallinn and Helsinki, has canceled all of its October 3 departures due to poor sea conditions on the Gulf of Finland. Linda Line, which operates under the Linda Line Express brand, has a policy of canceling departures due to conditions involving wind speeds in excess of 15 meters per second and/or...