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Five EU member states bordering Ukraine will be allowed to keep some of their restrictions on imports of Ukrainian agricultural produce in place until September 15, the European Commission decided on June 5.
West might talk tough on Russia sanctions enforcement, but it may have to settle for half-hearted promises from region.
Siemens is to deliver energy projects worth €3.4bn in Uzbekistan. The investment announcement was made as the German conglomerate's president for the European region Ariel Porat arrived in ...
Headline inflation in Uzbekistan was recorded at a 12-month low of 10.38% y/y in May, according to the national statistical agency. In May, inflation was also 0.49% m/m, twice as low as the m/m ...
Deal could be struck ahead of COP 28 climate summit. It would be hailed as a major breakthrough in addressing global warming.
Investment in clean energy technologies is significantly outpacing spending on fossil fuels as affordability and security concerns triggered by the global energy crisis strengthen the momentum behind more sustainable options, according to the IEA.
European sanctions go through a process of continuous maturation and updating, adapting to current geopolitical sensitivities. European actors are accelerating efforts to adopt the eleventh sanctions package.
Although Kenya continues to project a non-alignment stance on the Ukraine war, the East African nation sees Moscow as a key partner in trade and investment.
Kolomoisky, the billionaire former owner of PrivatBank, is accused of multi-billion-dollar fraud and financial misappropriation alongside business partner Hennaidy Boholiubov during their time at the bank.
S&P Global data show 98% of tankers registered under Gabon's flag weighing above 10,000 deadweight tons (dwt) are 'high-risk' vessels under Russian trade and shipping sanctions or have unidentified ultimate group owners.
Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin travelled to Beijing for a Sino-Russian trade forum to boost rapidly developing economic ties on May 24.
Rising temperatures and changing patters of precipitation could affect the quality of the petals plucked by hand in a tradition going back centuries.
Azerbaijan can’t fully substitute for Russian gas at the pan-European level, but it can play a crucial role in promoting the energy security of individual states.
Kenya’s sovereign bond index at the distressed 1,000 basis point spread over US treasuries enjoyed a brief reprieve from unrelenting gloom, as IMF managing director Kristalina Georgieva declared it an innocent bystander in sub-Sahara default panic.
Some observers conclude, however, that the big event produced lots of rhetoric and little action.
The Uzbek government is planning to privatise several state-owned enterprises by floating their shares on the Tashkent Stock Exchange (TSE) and has turned its attention to getting them ready, but the market remains narrow and shallow.
The scale of the country's methane emissions is becoming a major embarrassment, but the government seems unwilling to do anything about it. This and more in this week's Eurasianet Akhal-Teke bulletin.
Beijing woos region at a time when Russia is too distracted by the Ukraine war to focus effectively on its backyard.
Bank’s Tehran representative office latest result of nations’ big push to expand ties to counter impacts of Western sanctions on their economies.