Estonia: building next Tartu Highway section narrower not to undermine safety

Building the next new section of Tallinn-Tartu Highway narrower than originally planned and without yet adding the final layer of asphalt is economically efficient and will have no negative effects on road safety, Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Kadri Simson (Center) said. “In the search for possibilities to achieve the maximum outcome under conditions…

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Ukraine: local budgets revenues up in 2017

Revenues of local budgets in Ukraine grew by 31% or by UAH 45.3 billion due to the decentralization reform carried out in 2017, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman wrote on his Facebook page. “665 united territorial communities have already been created in Ukraine. Territorial communities receive millions of hryvnias for infrastructure development: they buy equipment for…

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Azerbaijan: foreign companies to win from investing in construction sector

Foreign companies can only win from investing in construction sector in Azerbaijan, President Ilham Aliyev said on February 13 at a meeting with a delegation led by Wolfgang Buechele, chairman of Germany’s Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations. Speaking about the construction materials sector, the Azerbaijani president stressed that a big cement plant was built…

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