Hitachi sets to invest in Russian economy
The Japanese Corporation Hitachi, Ltd is interested in investing in Russian economy, senior vice-president, executive director, Yasuo Tanabe, told RIA Novosti.
Construction of children’s railroad starts in New Moscow
Works on the construction of a children's railroad between the settlement of Moskovsky and the village of Salaryevo in New Moscow will begin in 2019, the head of the Moscow Department of New Territories Development Vladimir Zhidkin told Interfax news agency on Tuesday.
Ice Arena to be built in Krasnouralsk for $3,3 million
Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company (UGMK) will build an ice arena in Krasnouralsk, a town in the Sverdlovsk region, for more than 200 million rubles ($3,3 million), the company’s press office said.
Kremlin unveils origin of gas turbines installed in Crimea
Press Secretary of Russian President, Dmitry Peskov, has said that these are Russian-made gas turbines that have been installed at the under construction power plants in the Crimean Republic, Rambler News reports on Monday.
Moscow opens growing number of expensive restaurants
Approximately 65% of restaurants that have been opened in Moscow since the beginning of 2017 turned out to be ones with a check for more than 1,000 rubles (over $16), the press office of Colliers International said on Monday.
Import accounts for 20% of Russian construction projects
The number of import-dependent components in construction has been reduced to 20 percent since the crisis of 2014, the president of Gals-Development Sergei Kalinin said on Friday at the Moscow Urban Forum.
Russia considers use of blockchain technology in real estate
The Ministry of Communications of the Russian Federation is considering the usage of blockchain technology in the field of real estate, its registration and cooperative housing projects, the head of the Ministry, Nikolai Nikiforov told reporters.
USA and Turkey willing to ensure Europe's energy security
Turkey is a very important partner of the United States in terms of efforts made to ensure energy security, U.S. Secretary of State and a former head of ExxonMobil, Rex Tillerson, said during the opening ceremony of the 22nd World Petroleum Congress in Istanbul.