Remote economic crisis-hit country which lately lost a toll road contractor after claims of non-payment looks to triple its cargo handling capacity.
Issue could be worth up to $1bn but with appetite for emerging market debt cooling Tashkent may have missed its window.
Deputy PM says rating agency’s analysis is “insufficient”, claims Turkish economic overheating is last year’s story.
Broad formal alliance agreed to fight elections that will end almost a century of parliamentary rule.
Widespread blockades in response to ruling party’s failure to make protest leader PM, but hopes rise for second vote.
Downgrade notes GDP in 2017 was 10.5% below its 2013 level in dollar terms, giving a better indication of country’s ability to service foreign currency debt.
People’s champion asks for non-violent campaign of civil disobedience with the blocking of streets, the airport and the metro.
Key documentation ‘unveiled’ in political theatre was seen 13 years ago says former UN nuclear watchdog official.
Move, justified by authorities on national security grounds, will hit tens of millions of subscribers to encrypted messaging app.
Protests leader Pashinian careful not to alienate Russia as he seeks ruling party votes to become prime minister.
Hungary's prime minister loses chief of staff and scraps development ministry amid a shift of focus to high tech sectors, but there are no changes at the economy, interior or foreign ministries.
General government deficit of almost €1bn in Q1 compares poorly to surpluses traditionally posted in the first quarter of the year, amid disappointing VAT collection and lower inflows from income and profit tax.
Eight licences have been issued since medical cannabis was legalised in 2016 and competition is increasing rapidly as more companies enter the flourishing sector.
Urges Ankara to turn away from Moscow and buy Nato interoperable system.
Armenia's Republican Party says it will not put up the acting PM or any other candidate for the vote next week, which will bring a peaceful end to the reovlution much closer
Kremlin insider Oleg Deripaska has agreed to sell some of his shares in Rusal and lower his stake to under 50% in the hopes that the US Treasury Department will remove some of its sanctions.
Three quarters of Ukrainians think their country is headed in the wrong direction, a new poll shows, and the main beneficiary of their discontent with the situation under President Poroschenko is opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko.
President Klaus Iohannis says he has withdrawn his support from Dancila after a spat erupted over plans to move the Romanian embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, but does not have the right to remove the prime minister.
MEPs say Hungarian government's attacks on judicial independence and civil society represent a clear risk of a serious breach of EU values