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Moldova: contract with Kuchurgan power station extended for one month

Energocom has extended the contract for June at a price of $59.90/MWh with the Kuchurgan power station, according to Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Spinu, Minister of Infrastructure and Regional Development. “In addition, Energocom will sign a 30% energy delivery contract with EnergoAtom (Ukrainian state-owned company). The weighted average price of electricity for June will be…

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Poland: sanctions inflicting pain on Russia

Western sanctions on Russia are inflicting increasing economic pain, Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said. Morawiecki made the claim upon the conclusion of an EU summit in Brussels on May 31 where EU leaders agreed on an oil embargo against Russia, hitting at the foundations of the country’s economy. “The sanctions are slowly…

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Latvia: GDP up in Q1 2022

Compared to Q1 2021, gross domestic product (GDP) rose by 6.7% in Q1 2022, according to seasonally and calendar non-adjusted data at constant prices. GDP at current prices was EUR 8.1 billion. As compared to the previous quarter, GDP went up by 3.6% (according to seasonally and calendar adjusted data at constant prices). Compared to…

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