In January-June 2015, Ukraine exported 2.7 million tons of grains to China, 7.8 times higher than for the same period last year.
The volume of world trade has declined by 1.5% in the first quarter of 2015, hitting a six-year low.
Analysts at Goldman Sachs and Bank of America expect the dollar-euro parity by the end of 2015.
Apple will introduce new models of iPhone - iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus on September 9.
The financial report of the company stipulated that in June 2015 the number of daily active users averaged 968 million people.
Gainfully employed population continues to flow from rural areas to cities.
The U.S. GDP in the second quarter on an annualized basis rose by 3.7 percent compared with the previous quarter.
National Bank of Ukraine reported on its official website, the discount rate in Ukraine has been reduced from 30 to 27 percent.
In the first half of 2015, Armenian budget received over 1 billion 736 million drams from the privatization, alienation and lease of state property.
About 50% of corporate sector employees are willing to change jobs due course corrections, Kapital.kz reports.
National operator of KazTransGas JSC has developed and approved a strategic plan for further development of its portfolio companies.
Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), and Egypt can create a free trade zone and move to settlements in national currencies.
The PBOC announced reduction of interest rates on annual credits by 25 percentage points to 4.6%.
Amid extremely low oil prices, major oil companies need to seek $500 billion within five years to repay debt.
In the past six months, Chinese authorities shut down 300 websites.
The World Bank’s Chief Economist for Central Asia announced that the Bank has lowered its economic growth forecast for Kazakhstan by 1.5%.
Kazakhstanis should be more careful and monitor their own credit history, according to the experts of the first credit bureau.
Kazakhstan intends to increase transit capacity with the Middle East.
Boeing expects China to buy 6330 aircraft worth $950 billion in the next 20 years, Reuter’s reports citing the statement by the representative of the company.
The Eurasian Development Bank may extend the list of participants by accepting Japan, South Korea, Turkey and Vietnam.