Ukraine is studying the possibility of becoming part of the Trans-Caspian international transport route. This was discussed during the presentation of the capabilities of this corridor in Kiev on 16 November.
China is interested in investing in the subway, roads, and social infrastructure in the Ukrainian capital. China’s Ambassador to Ukraine Zhang Siyun announced this at a meeting with Kiev’s Mayor Vitali Klitschko
The management of the Kharkov State Aircraft Manufacturing Enterprise has reached an agreement with China on supply of 10 aircraft, a source in the Kharkov regional administration has told.
Flights to the capital of China will be operated three times per week
John Leahy believes that Chinese aircraft manufacturers will be able to offer serious competition to the industry’s leaders Boeing and Airbus in 25 years
Sukhoi signed an agreement on sale of 100 Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft to the private airline O-bay Aircraft Company (China) on March 22.
Realization of this transit potential will open up possibilities for creation of more efficient supply chains.
The official list of 47 documents that were signed during the official visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to China does not include any agreements relating to joint projects
It was unable to obtain permission to fly from the Chinese authorities for a long time and the economic and political situations in Ukraine significantly reduced demand for such flights after the permit was granted.
So far, grain trading of our agricultural cooperation project has started smoothly and steadily
In violation of the agreement, grain worth only USD 153 million was sold to China
The document that was signed with the Chinese side today allows transition to the phase of placement of an order for and manufacture of the trains
The estimated capacity of the port will be from 140 million tons a year
The State Food and Grain Corporation of Ukraine’s Deputy Board Chairman Roman Nasyrov discusses how the corporation intends to buy grain cars and its plans at seaports in a short interview with the Center for Transport Strategies portal.
The government of China introduced a new provision for non-resident carriers, according to which all their accounts are now taxed at the rate of 6.72%