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11:48 27-04-2017
Slovenian investors set to build greenhouses, sports centers in Russia
10:58 27-04-2017
Huge Leroy Merlin store to be built in Russian city of Perm
10:40 27-04-2017
R-Pharm and Fujifilm to set up joint production of dietary supplements
10:19 27-04-2017
Xiaomi intends to open up to 20 new shops in Russian cities
09:53 27-04-2017
Gazprom considers gas production on shelf of Thailand and Cambodia
17:53 26-04-2017
Austrian authorities suspect Airbus CEO of $2-billion fraud
17:36 26-04-2017
Kamchatka’s priority development area to draw over $230m in investment
17:07 26-04-2017
NASA invents inflatable greenhouse for Mars and Moon
16:49 26-04-2017
Russian TVEL to supply fuel to Chinese companies for $1bn
16:29 26-04-2017
USA might start to export coal to Ukraine
16:16 26-04-2017
Gazprom plans to increase gas reserves by 469,9 bcm
16:01 26-04-2017
Construction of Eugal gas pipeline to begin next year
15:45 26-04-2017
Housing in Russia to become more expensive by 10-20%
15:06 26-04-2017
Japan studies Russian proposals to cooperate on Kuril Islands
14:53 26-04-2017
South Africa’s court cancels deal with Russia on NPP building
14:34 26-04-2017
Hungary to take part in Congress Hall construction for BRICS summit
13:41 26-04-2017
New entity for Islamic banking to be set up in Tatarstan
13:15 26-04-2017
Canada pledges to protect its domestic producers
12:57 26-04-2017
Rosnano to sign contract with Finns over wind farms building
11:24 26-04-2017
Russia reaches agreement with Boeing over Sea Launch program
10:33 26-04-2017
Russian escalator market might become world’s largest
09:42 26-04-2017
Chinese develop transport projects in Russian region of Leningrad
17:58 25-04-2017
Sales of new buildings in USA see 6% growth
17:49 25-04-2017
Moscow begins testing of Finnish electric bus of future
17:38 25-04-2017
Russia and Qatar consider joint projects worth $12 billion
17:07 25-04-2017
Why BIM technologies so popular in Finland
16:36 25-04-2017
French Minister pushes for sanctions against LafargeHolcim
16:03 25-04-2017
Russia plans to supply electricity to Ukraine’s breakaway region of Lugansk
15:47 25-04-2017
Chinese to build three metro stations in Moscow
14:33 25-04-2017
Tatarstan reduces cost of road construction, applying BIM technology
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Austrian authorities suspect Airbus CEO of $2-billion fraud
Yesterday, 17:53
The Prosecutor's Office of Vienna is conducting an investigation against Chief Executive Officer of Airbus, Tom Enders, who is suspected of fraud with a contract for the purchase of Eurofighter jets intended for the Austrian army in the amount of $2 billion, according to Reuters.
Russian TVEL to supply fuel to Chinese companies for $1bn
Yesterday, 16:49
The Chinese Nuclear Energy Industry Corporation (CNEIC) and Jiangsu Nuclear Power Corporation (JNPC) signed a contract for the supply of Russian nuclear fuel, zirconium components for fuel assemblies, as well as for the provision of engineering services for power units at Tianwan nuclear power station.
USA might start to export coal to Ukraine
Yesterday, 16:29
Executive Director of Naftogaz of Ukraine, Andrey Kobolev, and the Energy Minister of the USA, Rick Perry, discussed the possible supply of coal to Ukraine, the press office of Naftogaz reports on Wednesday.
Gazprom plans to increase gas reserves by 469,9 bcm
Yesterday, 16:16
In 2017, Gazprom, a Russian gas giant, plans to increase its gas reserves by 469,9 billion cubic meters, the company’s CEO Vitaly Markelov said in an interview with Gazprom’s corporate magazine.
Construction of Eugal gas pipeline to begin next year
Yesterday, 16:01
Construction of Eugal gas pipeline, which will receive gas from Nord Stream 2 in Germany, will be launched at the end of the II quarter of 2018, a member of the Board of Wintershall, Thilo Wieland told Gazprom’s corporate magazine.
Housing in Russia to become more expensive by 10-20%
Yesterday, 15:45
Prices of housing in Russia will increase. Ahead of the summer season, an average residential square footage will grow by 10-20%. Oleg Sukhov, a real estate expert, told Vladtime, about what affected the cost of housing and how to avoid growth of prices for housing in Moscow.
South Africa’s court cancels deal with Russia on NPP building
Yesterday, 14:53
The High Court of the Western Cape province in South Africa ruled that an agreement of the year 2014 between the Energy Ministry and Rosatom, a Russian state nuclear energy corporation, for the construction of eight nuclear reactors in South Africa was “illegal and must be cancelled”.
New entity for Islamic banking to be set up in Tatarstan
Yesterday, 13:41
A new autonomous entity for partner banking based on the canons of Sharia jhas been created in Kazan, the capital city of the Russian Republic of Tatarstan, the head of the Agency of Investment Development of Tatarstan, Taliya Minullina, told TASS news agency.
Canada pledges to protect its domestic producers
Yesterday, 13:15
The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, said in a telephone conversation with U.S. President Donald Trump that he considered ungrounded the export duties on timber and will protect local manufacturers, as it follows from the official statement.
Russian escalator market might become world’s largest
Yesterday, 10:33
The Russian market of lifting equipment may be among the largest ones in the world due to regional systems of major repairs and a project for expedited replacement of elevators, as it follows from a report of the Construction Ministry of the Russian Federation.
Chinese develop transport projects in Russian region of Leningrad
Yesterday, 09:42
The government of the Leningrad region, Russia, and investors from China are going to commence soon the detailed design of projects for light rail transit (LRT) and the construction of transport hub in Devyatkino, the press office of the regional administration reports on Wednesday.
Sales of new buildings in USA see 6% growth
25-04-2017, 17:58
In March, the volume of sales of new buildings in the USA has increased by 5.8% compared to the previous month — up to 621,000 homes at an annual rate adjusted for seasonal factors, according to the U.S. Ministry of Commerce.

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