In a sign that Russian harassment of Ukraine-bound ships in the sea of Azov may prompt shippers to seek alternatives
Friday, September 21, 2018

In a sign that Russian harassment of Ukraine-bound ships in the sea of Azov may prompt shippers to seek alternatives

In a sign that Russian harassment of Ukraine-bound ships in the sea of Azov may prompt shippers to seek alternatives, cargo through Mariupol is down and cargo through Mykolaiv, the largest nearby Black Sea port, is up. Through August, cargo through Mariupol is up 13.4%. About 500 km to the east, cargo through Mariupol is down 6.1%.

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As a new airport runway positions Odesa for a jump in international tourism, Odesa’s Hotel Milano is sharply increasing its rooms -- from 40 last year to 140 next year

As a new airport runway positions Odesa for a jump in international tourism, Odesa’s Hotel Milano is sharply increasing its rooms -- from 40 last year to 140 next year

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Ukraine is creating five IT ‘unicorns’ – companies valued at more than $1 billion,

Ukraine is creating five IT ‘unicorns’ – companies valued at more than $1 billion,

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