Ukraine: Ryanair halts sale of tickets

Ryanair (Ireland), the largest European low-cost air carrier, has stopped the sale of tickets for flights to Kyiv and Lviv. This is evidenced by the ticket sales system on the airline’s website. There are no official statements of the company on the website, however it is impossible to purchase tickets for Ukrainian flights. As reported,…

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Latvia: inflation up in June 2017

The average price rate in Latvia comparing June 2016 to June 2017 has increased by 3% as products got 2.6% more expensive, services – by 4%, calculated the Latvian Central Statistical Bureau. The statisticians found that compared to June 2016, last month the greatest pressure on the price changes was put by the rise in…

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Belarus: GDP to increase in 2017

Eurasian Development Bank (EDB) expects that Belarus’ GDP will go up by 1.3% YoY in 2017, EDB’s July macroeconomic review says. “The economic recovery trend in Belarus continues. In January-May, the country’s GDP rose by 0.9% as against the same period of 2016. We expect that the positive tend will persist, and Belarus’ GDP will…

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Ukraine: electricity exports up in H1 2017

Ukraine boosted electricity exports by 59.5% YoY in January-June, to $136.4 million, according to Ukraine’s State Fiscal Service. Hungary accounted for 57.4% of electricity sales abroad, the share of Moldova was about 20.6% and that of Poland about 17.4%. In June Ukraine’s electricity exports to Hungary were estimated at $4.3 million, those to Poland at…

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