Mongolia to join construction of Asian Super Grid
Mongolia has expressed a desire to join a project for construction of the Asian Super Grid, a project to establish an electrical power transmission network connecting China, South Korea, Russia, and Japan.
Fast neuron reactors help to make atom “green” – Rosatom’s head
Fast neuron nuclear reactors, which are being actively developed in the world, will help to make nuclear energy a truly renewable and safe resource, the director general of Rosatom Atomic Energy State Corporation, Alexey Likhachev, said on Monday at FR17 nuclear energy international conference in Yekaterinburg.
Jewish community gets historic synagogue in Simferopol
The Committee for State Registration and Cadastre of the Crimean Republic assists to the Jewish community in the registration of ownership of a synagogue’s land and building located in the center of Simferopol.
Sales of new buildings in USA grew by 3%
In May 2017, sales of new homes in the USA have risen by 2.9% compared with the previous month — up to 610,000 in annual terms, according to the Ministry of Commerce.
Russian billionaire’s company buys British Holland & Barrett
LetterOne (L1), which manages assets of Alfa Group of Mikhail Fridman and partners, have agreed to acquire a chain of healthy nutrition shops under the brand of Holland & Barrett for 1.8 billion pounds, Interfax reports on Monday.
KamAZ to invest €50m in production in Senegal
The Russian company of KamAZ is going to invest €50 m to create the first stage of an assembly plant in Senegal, Sergei Kogogin, Director General of the KamAZ plant, told journalists, RNS reports.
Thrill rides to be built in Moscow Luzhniki
The press office of the Moscow City Architecture Committee has told Construction.RU that a new adventure park will have 4 levels of complexity, and is designed for 80 to 160 people visiting at the same time.
Putin heads for Anapa to control Turkish Stream pipeline link-up
On June 23, Russian President Vladimir Putin arrives in the Krasnodar region, Russia. Over the course of his visit to Anapa, the head of the state will personally control the process of a link-up of the parts of the Turkish Stream pipeline.
Heineken sells its brew-house in Belarus
Heineken, a Dutch brewing group operating in 70 companies, has agreed to sell its assets in Belarus to Oasis, a local juice and beer manufacturer, and is leaving Belarusian market, Reuters reports with reference to the company.
Industrial warehouse in northern Moscow put on auction for $751,000
The complex of buildings of industrial and warehouse purpose with a total area of 2,000 square meters was put on an electronic auction in the Khovrino district, located in northern Moscow, the press service of the Moscow Competition Policy Department said on Thursday.
China suggests project for Changchun – Vladivostok high-speed railway
The Chinese authorities have invited Russia to consider a project for the creation of a high-speed railway running from Changchun (China) to Vladivostok (Russia), first Secretary of the Party Committee of Jilin province, Bayin Chaolu said at a meeting with first Deputy Minister of the Russian Federation for the development of the Far East, Alexander Osipov.