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Ukraine: measures to repel Russia’s energy terrorism discussed with U.S. energy chief

Energy Minister Herman Galushchenko had a phone call with U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, discussing measures to counter Russian terrorism in the energy sector. This was reported by the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine. Halfway through the call, Galushchenko emphasized that large-scale Russian attacks on energy facilities throughout Ukraine had been going on almost continuously…

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Poland: Airbus plans new investments

Airbus Helicopters is planning to open a test centre in central Poland and to develop its own helicopter design, the company’s deputy CEO has announced. “There will soon be two Airbus Helicopters facilities in Poland. In addition to the design office in Lodz, a test centre for mechanical elements is being built in Strykow,” Tomasz…

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Georgia: Central Bank issues new transparency requirements for financial organisations

With the involvement of experts from the World Bank, the National Bank of Georgia (NBG) has developed new transparency requirements for financial organisations operating in the country in a bid to ensure transparency of prices of financial products sold in combination and encourage competition in the market. The requirements apply to commercial banks and branches…

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