Rosatom starts construction of a strategic uranium mine in Transbaikal
The Priargunsky Industrial Mining and Chemical Union, which is managed by ARMZ uranium holding, a mining division of Rosatom state nuclear corporation, has launched construction of No. 6 uranium mine in Transbaikal, Rambler News reports on Thursday with a reference to Rosatom’s report.
Contractor needed to improve Moscow underground crosswalks
The Moscow authorities have announced a tender for the improvement of underground crosswalks adjacent to seven metro stations of the city, according to the materials published on Thursday on the public procurement website.
Chinese housing sector sees a slowdown
A total amount of housing sale transactions in China has increased by 16% from January to February 2018 compared to the same period last year and amounted to 1.06 trillion yuan ($168 billion), Bloomberg reports.
Experts are positive about cement market
In January 2018, the volume of cement consumption in Russia amounted to 2.2 million tons, which is 3.5% higher than it was in the same period in 2017, a review of the Cement Producers’ Union shows, Interfax reports on Wednesday.
30 million sqm of housing to be built under Moscow renovation program
Within the framework of the housing renovation program in Moscow, at least 30 million square meters of modern and comfortable housing is planned to be built, Marat Khusnullin, the Deputy Mayor of the city for urban policy and construction, said on Wednesday.
“It is impressive!”: Vladimir Putin visits Crimean Bridge
On Wednesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin has visited a construction site of the Crimean Bridge which is designed to connect the Kerch and Taman peninsulas and is going to be the longest bridge in Russia.
Dutch architect offers Moscow his modular house project
Erick van Egeraat, a Dutch architect who has already developed projects for Moscow, is willing to offer the city authorities his projects for housing construction planned under the renovation program, the press service of the Moscow Urban Policy Department announced.
European investors opt for warehousing property
Industrial and in particular warehousing segments are among the most popular ones among European investors on the real estate market, a report of CBRE consulting company says.
Hyundai car engine production to be set up in Russia
The authorities of the Russian city of St. Petersburg are negotiating with the automaker Hyundai the establishment of car engine production there. This statement was made by the city’s Vice Governor, Igor Albin, at the MIPIM exhibition, RIA Novosti reports on Tuesday.
Dodon criticizes attacks on Nord Stream pipeline
Moldovan President, Igor Dodon, has criticized an address of the speakers of parliaments of Moldova, Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia and Poland to the European Union regarding the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline construction.
Housing prices in London dropped sharply
Housing prices in the capital of the United Kingdom have been falling at the fastest pace since 2009, with the most expensive areas of London seeing the greatest decrease, Bloomberg reports.
Re-tendering for construction of new airport’s infrastructure in Perm
Administration of Civil Airports Federal State Unitary Enterprise has announced a re-tendering for the construction of engineering installations of a new airport complex Big Savino located in the Russian city of Perm, as described in documents published on the procurement website.
Moscow Zaryadye Park to host Climate Forum
This year the Climate Forum is going to be held in August in Zaryadye Park, a public park located near Red Square in Moscow, according to the head of the Moscow Natural Resources Department, Anton Kulbachevsky.
Austrian OMV considers buying assets in Russia
Austrian OMV, the largest oil company in Central Europe, is considering acquiring new assets in Russia. These plans of the company have been announced by the Deputy Chairman of OMV, Johann Pleininger.
China and Russia to build a new strategic uranium mine
The Russian and Chinese parties have agreed on terms of investment in the building of a new strategically important uranium mine, Nikolay Spassky, a Deputy Director General of Rosatom, announced on March 13.