Freight volume handled in the Port of Liepaja in 2019 fell by 2.7% YoY, to 7,334,200 million tons, the Port Authority reported. Transshipment of grain decreased by 4.6%, to 2,893,900 tons, and anthracite – by 28.2%, to 1,053,700 tons, while construction materials grew by 32.7%, to 1,011,600 tons, and oil products – by 43.6%, to…Details
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A new “green” project is implemented in the village of Kengir near Zhezkazgan, Karaganda region. The fourth solar power plant in the region with a capacity of 10 MW was commissioned in December last year. 29436 solar panels have been installed on an area of 20 hectares. The panels are capable of producing 14 million…Details
The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has stated it may lower the discount rate to 8%, if the economic situation remains stable in Ukraine. “If the macroeconomic situation does not change dramatically, the discount rate may be 8%. We previously planned to reduce it to this level in 2021. However, we see now the prerequisites…Details
The World Bank (WB) predicts that the gross domestic product of Ukraine (GDP) will reach 3.7% in 2020, according to a WB report. According to the bank’s forecasts, Ukraine’s GDP will grow up to 3.7% in 2020, and 4.2% in 2021 and 2022. The real GDP of Ukraine in the third quarter of 2019 increased…Details
From April 1 Uzbekistan will impose a ban on the imports of non-enriched flour to the country. From April 1 Uzbekistan will import only 1-grade wheat flour enriched with micronutrients. The share of wheat flour enriched with micronutrients forms 30% of the general volume of all varieties of flour produced and imported by Uzbekistan. Nearly…Details
Riga City Council’s Transport Department has signed a contract worth EUR 42.5 million with an association of suppliers OTC for the construction of a new bypass in Sarkandaugava, the department reports. The contract provides for the first stage of construction of the transport bypass over railway like Riga-Skulte. According to information available on the website…Details
Trade continued to decline in 2019, with a fall of 10% in imports and exports YoY in November 2019, according to the state agency Statistics Estonia. Trade contracted in most commodity areas. In November 2019 Estonia’s goods exports totaled EUR 1.2 billion and imports EUR 1.3 billion at current prices. The trade deficit was EUR…Details