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Uzbekistan: HPP output decreases

The productivity of hydroelectric power plants in Uzbekistan fell by 23% due to low water levels, which led to short-term power cuts in some areas of the country, the Ministry of Energy reported. According to calculations of the Ministry of Energy, in 2020 and 2021, the amount of electricity generation by hydroelectric power plants in…

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Ukraine: Ukrzaliznytsia saves UAH 4 billion on purchases of electricity from state supplier

JSC Ukrzaliznytsia saves UAH 4 billion on the direct purchases of electricity from the state supplier. President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said this at the “Great Construction: New Railway” Forum on November 9. “Conditions have been created when Ukrzaliznytsia reminds everyone that this is a state-owned company that buys electricity directly from the state supplier,…

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Georgia: government to negotiate with pharmaceutical companies to regulate drug prices

Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili said the government would “actively negotiate” with pharmaceutical industry representatives in order to regulate medication prices. During a meeting with Georgian National Competition Agency head Irakli Lekvinadze, Garibashvili discussed an interim report on pharmaceutical market monitoring, asserting that the public was “very concerned” about drug prices, and that regulatory measures…

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