The Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Mukhammedkaly Abylgaziev got acquainted with the construction of the section of Bishkek-Kara-Balta road in Sokuluk district of Chui region, the Information Support Department of the Government reported. “The road is one of the busiest in the republic. Taking this fact into account, its construction should be hastened. If necessary, the…Details
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The Board of the National Bank of Ukraine has decided to keep its key policy rate at 17%. Headline inflation decelerated to 13.1% YoY last month, according to the NBU’s press release. “This was a minor deviation from the NBU’s latest forecast, caused by the most volatile components and likely to vanish in the coming…Details
In April Ukraine supplied 24.9 thousand tons of flour to foreign markets, which became the minimum monthly value in 2017-2018 MY, as well as down by 9% YoY (27.4 thousand tons). Decreasing of the interest in Ukrainian flour from its key consumer – North Korea, which did not received the supplies in March and April,…Details
Estonia’s Ministry of Justice has introduced a bill to amend the Commercial Code to resolve an issue that has in practice inhibited foreign investors from investing in Estonian private limited companies. Currently, e-residents have either founded or are shareholders in approximately 5,600 businesses registered in Estonia. So few e-residents have registered new businesses thus far…Details
As technologies continue developing, the use of green energy gradually becomes more and more attractive to Latvian residents. The majority of respondents note that they may start using biomass (23%), solar batteries (22%) and even wind turbines (13%) in the next ten years, according to results of Baltic International Bank’s latest Latvian Barometer. When asked…Details
The Government of Moldova has adopted two resolutions on the liberalization of road transport and air services with Ukraine, the government’s press service has reported. “Moldovan freight carriers will no longer pay taxes for transit across Ukraine. On the basis of the approved documents, the international carriage of goods both bilaterally and in transit for…Details
The parliamentary committee on industrial policy and entrepreneurship has supported some governmental bills in the sphere of trade protection, the Economic Development and Trade Ministry reports. “On May 23 the Verkhovna Rada committee on industrial policy and entrepreneurship supported a number of draft laws on trade protection approved by the government in February 2010. The…Details