Compared to March 2020, total retail trade turnover increased by 3.2% in March 2021. Turnover of retail trade in food products grew by 2.1%. Retail trade in non-food products (except for retail sale of automotive fuel) increased by 3.6%, but turnover of retail sale of automotive fuel – by 4.9%, according to adjusted data from…Details
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Minister of Public Administration Jaak Aab (Center) confirmed that the government had reached a compromise on the state budget strategy discussions and the strategy would be approved on April 29. “We have agreed in principle. It is not like anyone is jumping for joy for this strategy. There are problems and we have had to…Details
“Too much attention has been paid to energy independence in recent years. We have spent $1 billion on this, but in the end, we live with a shortage of electricity,” honored power engineer of Kyrgyzstan Kaliy Rakhimov has said at a round-table conference. According to him, the energy system has not seen any development for…Details
President Shavkat Mirziyoyev on April 27 inked a decree aimed at improving the infrastructure of free economic zones (FEZ) and small industrial zones (SIZ). For this purpose, the government is set to allocate $152 million. Some $55 million is to be allocated for the construction of electricity, gas and water supply networks, sewerage and roads…Details
The Ukrainian low-cost carrier SkyUp Airlines will launch flights on the Kyiv-Bodrum (Turkey)-Kyiv route from May 29, the airline’s press service reports. Flights will be operated three times a week: on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. The airline reminds that to enter Turkey, one must provide a negative PCR test for COVID-19 certificate, issued no more…Details
The Ukrainian low-cost carrier SkyUp Airlines launched regular flights on the Kyiv-Tirana route on April 25, the Embassy of Ukraine in the Republic of Albania reported. “On April 25, Ambassador of Ukraine to the Republic of Albania Volodymyr Shkurov took part in a solemn meeting of 150 tourists of the first Kyiv-Tirana flight operated by…Details
The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has determined a list of critical infrastructure facilities in Ukraine’s banking system, the NBU’s press service has reported. Such powers are provided to the NBU by the law of Ukraine “On Basic Principles of Ensuring Ukraine’s Cybersecurity”. The critical infrastructure facilities in Ukraine’s banking system include banks, the sustainable…Details