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Belarus’ President Lukashenko demands equal conditions for Eurasian Economic Union
2-06-2016, 14:44
A barrier-free environment in the Eurasian Economic Union, not to mention equal economic conditions, haven’t yet been created for the EEU and internal trade turnover is also in decline, said the Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko, speaking at a session of the EEU Supreme Council held in Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan.
Russia builds nuclear energy objects in Zambia
2-06-2016, 14:04
The director general of the “Rosatom” state corporation, Sergei Kirienko, and the permanent secretary of Zambia’s government, Margaret Miyoba, have signed an intergovernmental agreement. The ceremony took place on Tuesday, at the “Atomexpo-2016” forum in Moscow.
Sweden-Swiss ABB Group build plant in Lipetsk
2-06-2016, 10:27
A modern plant for medium voltage equipment is soon to be built in the Russian city of Lipetsk by the Sweden-Swiss ABB Group, the company’s president for Russia, Belarus and Central Asia, Anatoly Popov, told RIA Novosti on Tuesday.
400,000 people might be affected by construction suspension in Namibia
1-06-2016, 17:00
Major construction work around Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, has been suspended due to a water crisis prompted by a drought, The Namibian reported on Tuesday. As a result, 40,000 people might lose their jobs and up to 400,000 members of their families might be negatively affected.
Space Intelligence Center to be erected in Russia by 2017
1-06-2016, 16:00
The Russian Federal Agency for Special Construction (Spetsstroy) plans to build a new space surveillance and tracking center by the end of 2017. The facility is to be located in the Russian Far Eastern town of Zeya, Sputnik reports.
Grand mall planned for Moscow
1-06-2016, 10:00
Moscow city authorities have approved the project for the construction of a trade center with an area of 4,400 m2, which will be situated in the center of the Russian capital.

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