Siemens does not rule out staff reshuffle due to turbine scandal
As TASS reports today, referring to German Handelsblatt the Siemens holding does not rule out that the scandal with its turbines which are said to have been delivered to Crimea despite the EC sanctions, might have staff reshuffle consequences.
IMF confirmed Russian economy’s recovery in 2017
On Monday, July 24, 2017, The International Monetary Fund (IMF) confirmed its April’s prognosis regarding the gradual recovery and redevelopment of the Russian economy in 2017. It is mentioned in the July bulletin “Prospects of the development of global economy” of the organization. The bulletin was prepared for the IMF’s visiting annual meeting in Kuala-Lumpur in Malaysia.
Marubeni consortium to build $365m power plant in Indonesia
Marubeni consortium, General Electric (GE) and PT. Hutama Karya (HK) won a contract from PT Indonesia Power (Persero) for the construction of power plant block 3 project in Central Java, Indonesia. The cost of the contract is totals $365m. The caculated capacity of the gas fired combined cycle power plant is 780MW.
Choco-Pie producer to build new plant in Tver region
Orion International Euro (Korean Orion Group structure) intends to construct a new confectionary plant in the Raslovo industrial park (the Tver region) by 2019, the regional government’s press-office reports.
Russian-German Chamber of commerce on the situation with Siemens
The delivery of Siemens gas turbines to Crimea, against sanctions, seriousle damaged Russian-German business relations, Matthias Schepp, Chair of Board of the Russian-German Chamber of Commerce, thinks. He said, in particular, that “the main principle of the German business is to carefully adhere to the achieved agreements and fulfill the conditions of the treaties. German companies follow this rule in Russia as well: partners should trust each other, otherwise investments are questionable. Trust relationship between the German and the Russian partners has been seriously damaged”, Mr Schepp explained.
Russian Ministry of Energy discussed cooperation prospects with Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The RF Ministry of Energy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands considered the prospects of cooperation in the sphere of sustainable energy, the press-office of the Russian ministry reports on the results of the meeting of Kirill Molodtsov, Deputy Minister of Energy, with Director General for External Economic Affairs of the Netherlands’ Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Marten Van Den Berg.
A smart city for New Moscow by Engie
Before the end of the year, the Engie company will preparea concept and a financial model for the smart city projects in New Moscow, Interfax-Realty reports with reference to Vladimir Zhidkin, head of the Moscow Department of new territories development.
How much is reconstruction of railway stations for WC 2018?
According to the press-office of the Russian Railways (RZhD JSC), the reconstruction of the smaller railway stations to be used in the transport service of the Football World Championship 2018 will complete by May, 2018 and will cost 1.3 bln roubles (≈$21.7m)
Glavgosexpertiza adopted the first phase of the Moscow-Kazan highway construction
As Construction.RU learnt from the press-office of the Russian General Board of State Expert Review, it has adopted the project of the first stage of the construction of a new junction from the M-7 Volga highway to the MRR. This is part of the Moscow-Nizhny Novgorod-Kazan express-road, the press-office reports.