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Ukraine: passenger traffic down in January-September 2020

The number of passengers serviced by Ukrainian transport companies in January-September decreased by 54.4% (2.2-fold) YoY, to 37.1 billion passenger-kilometers, according to the data provided by the State Statistics Service of Ukraine. Over the reporting period, 1.90 billion passengers used the services of domestic transport companies, down by 40%. In particular, the number of passengers…


Kazakhstan: 386 new houses built in Maktaaral

386 new houses were built in the flood-hit Maktaaral district, the press service of the Governor of Turkestan region reported. A new micro-district was built in Myrzakent village, destroyed houses were repaired in the flood-affected region. 386 families celebrate today housewarming. The Kazakh Vice Premier, Roman Sklyar, Uzbek Water Management Minister Shavkat Khamrayev and Governor…


Ukraine: electricity exports down in January-September 2020

Ukraine in January-September reduced foreign currency revenue from electricity exports by 24.2% YoY, to $205.61 million. Hungary accounted for 45.3% of Ukrainian electricity sold abroad ($93.1 million), while the share of Poland was 30.8% ($63.4 million) and that of Romania – 17.8% ($36.1 million), according to Ukraine’s State Customs Service. Electricity exports to other countries…