EBRD @25: Ukraine lures EBRD investments to its troubled banks

EBRD @25: Ukraine lures EBRD investments to its troubled banks

The Ukrainian government has more ambitious plans for cooperation with the multinational lender, specifically looking for a partnership agreement to help privatise the country’s biggest state-owned banks.

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 Kings Meat brings home the US bacon to Moscow

Kings Meat brings home the US bacon to Moscow

Kings Meat is helping to stock supermarket shelves in a city starved of quality bacon and deli meat since sanctions were imposed on Western foodstuffs two years ago.

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Georgia looks to deep-sea ports to raise its profile in China’s Silk Road plans

Georgia looks to deep-sea ports to raise its profile in China’s Silk Road plans

Georgia is well placed to be part of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s ambitious Silk Road Economic Belt and Maritime Silk Road projects.

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ALACO DISPATCHES: Kazakh president rattled by land privatisation protests

ALACO DISPATCHES: Kazakh president rattled by land privatisation protests

President Nazarbayev has dismissed protesters’ fears as groundless and threatened to punish those behind the rumours.

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EBRD @25: Putting the seal on the Hungarian banking peace deal

EBRD @25: Putting the seal on the Hungarian banking peace deal

The EBRD's deal with the Hungarian government and Erste to bring peace to the Hungarian banking market finally appears to be close to completion.

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No Borders Orchestra soothes the sounds of conflict

No Borders Orchestra soothes the sounds of conflict

In the No Borders Orchestra, talented young musicians from former Yugoslavian countries mingle together in much the same way as their strings, woodwinds, brass and percussion blend harmoniously on stage.

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EBRD @25: Central Europe’s progress is under threat

EBRD @25: Central Europe’s progress is under threat

Should we concerned about the risk that back-tracking on democracy would lead to similar steps backwards in economic institutions? Unfortunately, the answer is yes.

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Ukraine: war, peace and the return of the king

Ukraine: war, peace and the return of the king

A deal over Donbas elections and self-rule is still some way off, but if one can be reached, oligarch Rinat Akhmetov could be the most suitable candidate for the role of a new governor of the Donetsk region.

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KazMunayGas' dreams of tightening control over listed subsidiary threaten privatisation drive

KazMunayGas' dreams of tightening control over listed subsidiary threaten privatisation drive

Conflicting reports over whether Kazakhstan plans to buy back the minority stake demonstrate the government’s acute dilemma over the national oil and gas company.

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