Russia: decision to ban imports of vegetative products from Macedonia to be reconsidered

Russian Federal Service for Veterinary and Phyto-Sanitary Control has reconsidered its decision to ban imports of vegetative products from Macedonia, the watchdog’s deputy head Alexey Alekseyenko said after negotiations with the republic’s representatives in Moscow. “Previously, we were concerned over attempts by criminal groups to use fake certificates of Macedonia’s Quarantine and Plant Protection Service”,…

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Ukraine: Lviv successfully hosted international conference “Technologies and innovations: from the ground to the finished product”

On July 1-2, a large-scale international scientific-practical conference “Technologies and innovations: from the ground to the finished product” has successfully been held in Lviv. The participants were about 300 representatives of the horticultural and processing industry from all over the country and abroad. The conference was also attended and discussed topical issues of horticulture and…

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Ukraine: KrAZ maintains production level and revs up

Continuing trucks market decline in Ukraine that has almost brought domestic production to a halt affects negatively “AutoKrAZ”. The only Ukrainian manufacturer of heavy-duty trucks, Kremenchug Automobile Plant, finds it difficult to withstand crisis but progress made shows that the situation stabilizes gradually and production rate tends to increase. Within the second quarter of this…

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Kazakhstan: largest oil producer to start oil extraction at Tengiz field in 2022

Kazakhstan’s largest oil producer Tengizchevroil (TCO) plans to produce first oil at Tengiz oilfield in 2022. Investments into the project expansion will amount to $36.8 billion, TCO said. The decision was made to finance the next phase of expanding production facilities of the Tengiz oilfield, the company reported. It will comprise the future expansion project…

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