Luxury apartments are becoming cheaper in Moscow
Savills, the real estate consulting company, has conducted a study, examining a hundred of the most expensive apartments in the Russian capital city, and has found out that their prices are falling.
Die Welt found out how Nord Stream 2 would benefit from sanctions
While the United States has been trying for a long time to obstruct the construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, even such “weapon” as sanctions against the European partners of the project will not allow Washington to achieve its goal, writes Die Welt.
7,000-meter gas pipeline to be constructed in Crimea
The Directorate-General for State Environmental Review of Russia has issued a positive conclusion to a project for the second phase of the construction of a gas pipeline from Vladimirovka gas distribution station to Sakskiy TS heating electrical station in the Crimea.
Real estate market of Brussels is growing
Housing prices in the Belgian capital city have been growing steadily since 2015 as a result of higher demand and lower interest rates, according to KBC bank.