Prices for Russian gas attain seven-year maximum in Europe
Prices for Russian gas on the German border have reached a maximum for the last seven years — $5.88 per million British thermal units, which is almost 50% more than in September last year, Bloomberg reports, citing the data from the IMF.
Chinese to establish “House At Sea” in Russian city of Vladivostok
Sheen Creation Holdings, a Chinese construction company, will build a hotel, residential and administrative complex “The House At The Sea" in the Russian city of Vladivostok by 2021, the press office of the Primorye regional administration announced.
Foreign investors getting interested in Greek real estate
Over the course of the first two months of 2017, the demand for Greek real estate on the part of foreign buyers has more than doubled compared to the same period last year, the Greece’s newspaper Kathimerini reports.
Turkey announces sanctions against Netherlands
Turkey will impose sanctions against the Netherlands because of the diplomatic scandal, as it follows from the statements by the Turkish Minister for EU Affairs, Omar Celik.
PIK Group withdraws from London Exchange
PIK Group of Companies intends to cancel the listing of global depository receipts on London Exchange, and also withdraw from it, consolidating shares on the Moscow exchange, the company’s statement reads.
Experts unveil evaluation findings on business environment in Russia
According to a study titled “Assessing business environment in Russia by foreign business”, conducted jointly by the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (the RSPP) and FleishmanHillard Vanguard, the number of respondents who indicate positive dynamics of a business climate in Russia, has increased almost fourfold and accounted to 23% in 2016 (compared to 6% in 2015).
New hydropower plant to be built in Ukraine within six years
Ukraine is likely to get its another hydropower plant, Regnum reports on Monday citing Ukrainian media. According to the Energy Ministry of Ukraine, new Kakhovka HPP-2 will cost 13.47 million hryvna, that is approximately 30 million rubles.
Afghanistan asks Russia to restore Soviet objects
Kabul addressed Moscow with a request to participate in the restoration of 124 objects in Afghanistan in exchange for support for Russian business, Izvestia newspaper reports on Monday with reference to the attache at Afghan Embassy in Moscow, Mohammad Qasem.