7:56, — Economics
The price growth rate in Belarus can be compared with that in war-hit Ukraine.
9:00, — Economics
Polish products will be delivered to Russia as Belarusian ones.
15:41, — Economics
Belarusian trucks carrying goods with the “advance” date of production were stopped in Bryansk and sent back to Belarus.
13:53, — Economics
The MFA says not to laugh at “Belarusian shrimps” and “Belarusian cod”.
12:25, — Economics
The ‘United Aviation Constructing Corporation’ (UACC) plans on becoming a shareholder of the 558th aviation repairs plant in Baranavichy.
15:32, — Economics
The companies have not managed to settle the issues encountered in the middle of 2013.
13:51, — Economics
The price of Russian Urals oil was $98 per barrel on August 18.
0:40, — Economics
On 19 August prices change for oil products.
13:33, — Economics
Belarusian prime minister Mikhail Miasnikovich thinks the import of beer to the country has no grounds.
12:02, — Economics
Poland’s Agriculture Minister Marek Savicki has reached an agreement on that in Minsk.
14:16, — Economics
The deputy prime minister thinks Belarus and Russia should get rid of the “dollar addiction”.
9:57, — Economics
Russia is to supply 5.85 mln tons of oil to Belarus in the fourth quarter of this year.
14:55, — Economics
As of August 1, 2014, the gold and currency reserves of Belarus amounted to $6209.2 mln.
9:59, — Economics
MAZ and KamAZ resume talks on a merger.
16:49, — Economics
According to the government, the agro-industrial complex of the country should become one of the main drivers of the national economy’s growth in the 3rd quarter of 2014.
14:15, — Economics
Experts forecast an increase in personnel outflow.
8:59, — Economics
No Russian companies received loans from western banks last month, the first time this has happened in at least five years.
13:22, — Economics
Belarus is the country that will be most affected by negative consequences of the Western sanctions and a slowdown of the Russian economy.
8:44, — Economics
Belarus's economy will suffer significant losses.
10:02, — Economics
The company of a Russian tycoon has been relieved of tax penalties.
9:29, — Economics
The National Statistics Committee has summarised results of trade in the period from January to May 2014.
9:51, — Economics
Ukraine looks for alternative ways to import fuel.
8:09, — Economics
The Belarusian ruble fell more than 20% against the euro in the past year.
11:45, — Economics
Belarusian authorities did not meet the conditions for its allocation.
15:54, — Economics
The dictator supported proposals of Pavel Topuzidis, Chairman of Board of directors of Tabak Invest limited liability company, on development of a retail chain in Belarus.
14:16, — Economics
Interest rates on home loans will not be lower than 30%.
17:08, — Economics
The key indicators of Belarus's economy will be worsening.
14:23, — Economics
The dictator told Prime Minister to “improve some issues in economy.”
15:10, — Economics
New sanctions against the Kremlin will affect Belarusian subsidiaries of Russian banks and the whole economy of Belarus.
10:23, — Economics
The trades on Russian stock exchanges opened with a 3-3.6% drop of main indices.
16:34, — Economics
Belarusian beer manufacturers will have lost almost 500,000 dollars by the end of the year.
13:09, — Economics
Minsk will lose much money due to special duties imposed on Belarusian goods by Kyiv.
11:28, — Economics
Ukraine has introduced special duties on Belarusian dairy products, confectionery and beer.
14:31, — Economics
Lukashenka won’t succeed in selling loss-making collective farms.
14:14, — Economics
In January – May 2014 Belarus increased export of strong alcoholic beverages to Ukraine to 8 times.
8:54, — Economics
OAO Gomselmash will be transformed into a holding company incorporating five other enterprises.