The results of the country’s socio-economic development in 2020 and the tasks for this year will be discussed at an expanded meeting of the Government at the end of January. “The meeting will be chaired by President Kassym Jomart Tokayev,” Kazakh PM Askar Mamin said. He noted that despite the significant impact of the pandemic…Details
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In December 2020, consumer prices in Ukraine increased by 0.9% MoM, according to the Ukrainian State Statistics Service. Consumer prices in December 2020 grew by 0.9% MoM and by 5% YoY. In general, consumer prices in 2020 increased by 2.7%. Core inflation in December 2020 was 0.3% compared to November 2020 and 4.2% for the…Details
Ukraine’s supermarkets are allowed to sell goods required for daily living activities of citizens, with certain exceptions in the trade amid the strict quarantine across the country introduced from January 8 to January 24. During the lockdown, the authorities allowed the operation of only those facilities that provided livelihoods for citizens. Therefore, supermarkets are allowed…Details
LTG Cargo, a part of Lithuania’s state-owned railway company Lietuvos Gelezinkeliai (LTG), has established a subsidiary in Ukraine, according to the company’s press release. LTG Cargo Ukraine will first offer rolling stock rental, forwarding and other freight transportation services as part of its expansion strategy. “Our new line of business is a planned strategic step…Details
According to data from Statistics Estonia (Statistikaamet), in November 2020, the exports of goods increased by 9% and imports by 7% YoY. Trade with non-EU countries saw the largest increase. In November 2020, Estonia’s exports of goods amounted to EUR 1.3 billion and imports to EUR 1.4 billion at current prices. The trade deficit was…Details
In 2020, the port of Ventspils handled 12.9 million tons of cargo, down by 37% YoY, the Port Authority statistics said. In December 2020, the port handled 1.07 million tons of cargo, including 697,000 tons of liquid bulk cargo, 183,000 tons of dry bulk cargo and 188,000 tons of general cargo. In the reporting period,…Details
The Irish low-cost airline Ryanair will suspend flights on 70% of its routes from Kyiv until the end of March. Until the spring of 2021, the airline will continue to operate only three out of 30 flights from the Boryspil International Airport – to Vienna, Berlin and Valencia. At the same time, Ryanair plans to…Details