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Turkmenistan: GDP up in 2016

GDP growth rate in Turkmenistan was maintained at 6.2% in 2016, the country’s Ministry of Economy and Development said. The growth rate has increased by 1.2% in the industrial sector, by 4.4% in construction, by 10.5% in transportation and communication sector, by 14.3% in trade, by 11.6% in agriculture and by 10% in the sphere…

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Ukraine: Naftogaz signs contract with Covington & Burling to accompany Crimea loss lawsuit against Russia

National joint-stock company Naftogaz Ukrainy on January 11, signed a contract valued at $6.31 million with Covington & Burling LLP (New York, the United States). The company will represent the interest of the Ukrainian company in arbitration against Russia under a claim to refund losses over the annexation of Crimea by Russia. Naftogaz said in…

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Ukraine: owners of PC Bank seek to liquidate it

PC Bank (People’s Capital Bank, Kyiv) with largest shareholders as of early December 2016 Russian citizen Valery Makarenko (14.24%), Svitlana Ostapenko (9.84%), Ruslan Parkhomenko (9.68%), Oleksiy Yaroshenko (9.07%), Oleksandr Voroniak (8.6%) and Oleh Lutsky (8.07%) could be liquidated under an initiative of its owners. The issue was put on the agenda of an extraordinary general…

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