Gas transit via Turkish Stream to Italy discussed by Gazprom and Greece
Secretary General of the Foreign Affairs Ministry of Greece for international economic relations, Giorgos Tsipras, believes that Turkish Stream gas pipeline will enhance energy security in South-Eastern Europe and will be an important step in the diversification of gas supplies.
Pritzker Prize goes to three Catalan architects
On Wednesday, the winner of Pritzker Prize became known and for the first time in the award’s history that it was granted to three people at once. These are Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem and Ramon Vialta, the partners in RCR Arquitectes, a company headquartered in Spain's Catalonia region, the Local reports.
Gazprom to conduct new auction for gas export in summer
In summer, 2017, Gazprom, a Russian gas giant, is likely to conduct a new auction for gas export under short-term contracts, the deputy chairman of the company’s Board of Directors, Alexander Medvedev, announced over the course of Day of Investor in Hong Kong.
Foxconn's LCD plant to be built in Southern China
On Wednesday, construction of Foxconn plant producing liquid-crystal displays (LCD) has been launched in the Chinese city of Guangzhou, situated in the south of the country, China.org.cn reports.
Russian sedan Lada Vesta enters Hungarian market
On the 28th of February, the sales of Lada Vesta sedan were launched in Hungary, the representative of AvtoVAZ, the Russian automobile manufacturer, told Rambler News on Wednesday.
Kazakh company sets to build aqua park in Moscow
Basis-A, a company headquartered in Kazakhstan, is searching for a plot of land with an area of approximately 10 hectares in Moscow for the construction of an aqua park, the head of the Moscow Association of Investors, Lyubov Tsvetkova, told RIA Novosti on Wednesday.
Moscow expects housing sales growth by 30%
The Moscow government predicts that in 2017 home sales will reach the amount between 350 billion and 400 billion rubles in connection with an increase in supply volume on the market.
Evraz to supply 200,000 tons of rails to Russian Railways
In 2017, Evraz, a steel making and mining company headquartered in London, expects to supply about 200,000 tons of hundred-meter rails to the Russian Railways JSC, president of Evraz, Alexander Frolov, said during a phone conferencing.
Cambodian company opens second casino in Russian gambling zone
Naga Corp Ltd., a Cambodian company, will open “Mayak” entertainment center with a casino on the territory of “Primorye” integrated entertainment resort in Russia, the director of the Primorsky Region’s Development Corporation, which is the developer of the “Primorye” gambling zone, Andrey Folomeev, said on Wednesday.
Electric cars maker Tesla opens subsidiaries in Russia
Tesla, an electric car manufacturer, is looking for premises for its own office, show room and service centers in Moscow and St. Petersburg, Kommersant newspaper reports with reference to sources in real estate market.
Relations between Russia and Czech Republic may suffer from uninstalled memorial sign
Russian-Czech relations may suffer because of a failure of the Samara regional administration to fulfill its commitments in establishing a memorial sign to Czech and Slovak legionaries, the head of the Russian Defense Ministry’s Department for perpetuating memory of victims at defending Fatherland, Vladimir Popov, announced.
Moscow and Dublin to cooperate in housing, utilities and ecology
The authorities of the cities of Moscow and Dublin signed an agreement providing for the cooperation in the field of housing, utilities, energy efficient technologies, ecology and education, the press office of the Moscow International Business Department said on Wednesday.
Union of giants to speed up production of precast concrete
Two world’s leading companies, Еlematic and Eurobend, signed a contract for cooperation. From now on, Elematic, a supplier of precast production lines, offers Eurobend equipment for processing reinforcement bars as part of its production lines.
Japanese eager to develop Russian city of Voronezh
Japanese architects offer a considerable discount for the activities related to the development and modernization of the housing and utilities of Voronezh, the Russian city on the Southeastern Railway connecting European Russia with the Urals and Siberia.
World’s most advanced nuclear power unit put in operation in Russia
One of the most important events of recent years for the Russian nuclear industry has occurred at Novovoronezh NPP, namely, the station’s new nuclear power unit №6 was put into commercial operation, RIA Novosti reports with the reference to Rosatom State Nuclear Energy Corporation.