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First Cargo Train from China Arrived In Georgia

The Georgian railway has received its first cargo train from China and has officially launched the Silk Road Project. The project will connect Europe, Eastern Asia, India, Central Asia and the Middle East

Ukrzaliznytsia's Eurobonds Will Be Restructured Until March 2016

Fitch Ratings has said that restructuring of PJSC Ukrzaliznytsia's Eurobonds would be completed in late February or early March 2016. The debt restructuring terms agreed by Ukrzaliznytsia.

The Longest Grain Train Launched In Australia

he longest export grain train of Australia was set up by Southern Shorthaul Railroad and the Australian Rail Track Corporation. The train has 1250 m long, five locos and 73 cars.

Ticket Sales Through Ukrzaliznytsia’s Online Service Increases By 10 Percentage Points

Online sales accounted for 37.9% of the total number of Ukrzaliznytsia’s train ticket sales in the period of January-November.

Odessa Customs Lowers Minimum Tariff 7-Fold

Carriers’ costs have reduced seven-fold, thanks to reforms at the Odesa customs. The deputy general director of the Association of International Freight Forwarders of Ukraine, Viktor Berestenko, announced this.

Ukraine's Infrastructure Minister And His Deputies Decide To Resign

Infrastructure Minister Andrii Pyvovarskyi has decided to resign. Pyvovarskyi announced this at his end-of-year news briefing. Some members of Pyvovarskyi’s team are leaving the ministry with him.