Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Kazakhstan’

Canada: Ivanhoe Mines is a favorite for investors

Thursday, July 22nd, 2010

Canada’s Ivanhoe Mines, develops deposits of nonferrous and precious metals in Mongolia, Kazakhstan and Australia, in 2011 to complete the formation of a group of creditors to finance the construction and infrastructure at the Oyu Tolgoi deposit zolotomednom in Mongolia by $ 2 billion, the company said.

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Yanukovych told about the embezzlement of billions of Russian

Monday, June 14th, 2010

Credit received by Ukraine from Russia, will go for construction of two nuclear power plants and a plant for production of nuclear fuel. This Sunday said President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovich. “First of all, we have three objects, which currently is an active co-operation. This construction of two nuclear power units at Khmelnitsky and Rovno. The second – the construction of nuclear fuel production”, – said Yanukovych.

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Oil, grain, gold and urainum: small risks of large markets

Saturday, June 12th, 2010

Earn on investments in the commodity markets is not so simple. In the markets of major commodities – oil, grain, gold – tone is set by professionals who make a myriad unskilled investors. In exotic commodities with potential for growth – for example, such as indium or rhodium, – to invest heavily: no stock futures, it is difficult to invest in the product physically, no companies involved mainly those metals.

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Dow Jones Industrial accelerates the negative trend on the U.S. stock market

Monday, June 7th, 2010

The overall negative trend in global stock markets remain very high. Dow Jones Industrial Average was influenced by a set of data on statistics from Australia, Europe and Asia. Good news, unfortunately, was much less than the bad. Another reason for the collapse of Dow Jones Industrial Average started the bad news from the automotive sector, the United States. Meanwhile, the unexpected news that can turn the market upside came from Switzerland.

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EBRD craves new blood

Sunday, May 16th, 2010

Shareholders of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) decided to increase the bank’s capital by 50% and thus pave the way for increased investment in the Bank over the next 5 years. According to the official documents of the Bank, this decision was made against the most serious a recession in the regional economy since the “fall of communism.” Board of Directors approved an increase in bank capital in the context of full compliance with the EBRD’s strategy for the period 2011-2015.

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Volcano in Iceland: cloud of volcanic ash covered Far East of Russia

Monday, April 19th, 2010

Khabarovsky meteorology center representative has announced that the cloud of volcanic ash, which was formed after the eruption of volcano in Iceland and is covering entire Europe, has already reached Yenisei river. Soon it will reach the Far East of Russia. Nevertheless, population is not endangered; Khabarovky airport will continue its work according to the normal schedule.

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The US smuggling weapons were arrested on the Kazakhstan’s border

Sunday, January 10th, 2010

The international controversy is going to burst over the transportation of the unknown US weapons to the territory of the CIS. The matter is the Kazakh frontier guards of the point of “Dostyk” on the border of China and Kazakhstan have detected the US weapons inside the cargo container.

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Astana: looking for Thai justice

Tuesday, January 5th, 2010

Astana expects that Thai justice will be fair to the Kazakhstan’s crew of the plane IL-76 arrested in the airport of Bangkok. The information about the arrest of the plane was published on December, 12, 2009.

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South Ossetia claims its independence

Friday, December 11th, 2009

The independence of South Ossetia is supposed to be admitted by Peru, Ecuador and several African and Arabian countries. This information has been reported by Foreign Minister of South Osetia at the parliament’s session.

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