Ukraine’s biggest transport companies are selling debt to revamp transport routes and win back cargoes from Russia, which has swiped a chunk of business from its neighbor by investing more in ports and inland links.
The news outlet says the trains are equipped with about 300 boilers that use biofuel pellets, and about 6,000 tons of bio-fuel is consumed each year.
It's not furry creatures that are causing stress for the head of the Central Suburban Passenger Company, the biggest commuter train company in the country, but zaitsy — the nickname for those who jump turnstiles and platforms and ride public transportation for free.
In 2012, Russia invested $2.2 billion in the ASEAN countries and received some $1.4 billion in return investment. There is immense potential for two-way trade and investment, according to experts.
Prime Minister N.Altankhuyag received Vladimir Yakunin, the President of Russian Railways, on Sunday, reported the Press, Media, and Public Communications Department of the Parliament of Mongolia.