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Georgia: no new lockdown planned

Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili has stated that the government has no plans to reimpose coronavirus restrictions “because the state economy will not withstand them”. He stated at a governmental meeting that the authorities had decided to “manage the epidemiological situation in the country rather than impose lockdown and other restrictions”. Garibashvili has urged the public…


Lithuania: Kaunas receives first freight train from the Netherlands

Lithuania’s Kaunas Intermodal Terminal received its first freight train from the Netherlands, capable of carrying containers and semi-trailers. The train arrived on the European standard-gauge railway Rail Baltica, said Lietuvos Gelezinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways, LG), the country’s state-owned railway company. According to the company, the terminal has officially become Europe’s easternmost rail point accessible for freight…


Uzbekistan: foreign trade up in H1 2021

Uzbekistan’s foreign trade turnover amounted to $18 billion in January-June, up by 13.6% YoY. The country’s statistical committee said that the number was still below the pre-pandemic figure of $19.6 billion. Exports exceeded $7 billion, expanding by 12.3%. Imports increased by 14.3%, to $10.9 billion. The negative balance of foreign trade turnover amounted to $3.9…