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Estonia: consumer prices up in February 2022

In February, the consumer price index rose by 12% YoY, data from Statistics Estonia showed. Prices increased by 1.5% compared to January. Viktoria Trasanov, leading analyst at Statistics Estonia, said, compared to February 2021, the consumer price index was affected the most by housing-related price changes, which contributed over a third of the total rise…

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Ukraine: government negotiating financial assistance with all international organizations and countries

The Government has already authorized the responsible ministries to open four accounts with the National Bank, to which funds from individuals, organizations, companies and international financial organizations will be credited. Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal said in a video address on March 6. “We are talking about the Economic Recovery and Transformation Fund, the…

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Moldova: Romania allows carriage of goods through Constanta Port

Romania allows the transportation of Moldovan containers of goods through the Constanta Port, without special authorizations. Deputy Prime Minister, Infrastructure and Regional Development Minister Andrei Spinu has said. “In the wake of the situation in Ukraine, more containers with destination of Moldova, which were to reach Ukrainian ports, were redirected to the Constanta port. To…

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