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Ukraine: inflation reaches 10% in 2021

Consumer inflation in Ukraine in 2021 reached 10%, the press service of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) reported. “In 2021, consumer inflation was 10%. The target of 5% + 1% was exceeded more significantly than expected a year ago. To a large extent, inflationary trends in Ukraine reflected global processes,” the report says. The…


Georgia: PM and Stadler talk factory plans

Plans for launching a factory of Stadler Rail, an internationally recognized rail technology company, in Georgia were discussed at a meeting between Georgia’s prime minister Irakli Garibashvili and Stadler Chairman of the Board of Directors of the company. Garibashvili and Peter Spuhler, the interim CEO of the Switzerland-based company, reviewed the possibility of building a…


Ukraine: wheat export up in H2 2021

In July-December 2021-2022 MY, Ukraine exported record 15.9 million tons of wheat, up by 27% YoY. Traditionally, North Africa (24%), Middle East (24%) and Southeastern Asia (23%) were the leading importers of Ukrainian wheat. Particularly, the shipments to Southeastern Asia remained virtually unchanged at 3.7 million tons, supplies to North Africa increased by 20%, to…