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Russia and Iran’s presidents have signed a deal to finance and build an Iranian railway line that will form part of a new international north-south trade corridor.
Austrian contractor Strabag has revealed plans to cut the share of the business owned by shareholder Rasperia, controlled by Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska, to below 25%.
Major contractors exploring new markets will need more than megaprojects alone to succeed.
Russian nuclear development agency Rosatom has gained a licence to build Russia’s first land-based small modular reactor (SMR).
Construction and agricultural equipment manufacturer CNH Industrial has sold its business in Russia for US$60 million.
Subsidiary Yanmar RUS will no longer offer customer service in heavily sanctioned country
Contracts for the project were initially entered into back in 2017
Conflict will lead to fall of 3.4% in Eastern Europe’s construction output in 2022, says market analyst GlobalData
FIEC, EIC and CICA have released a joint statement on Russia’s ‘war of aggression’ against Ukraine
Data from the Kyiv School of Economics revels the scale of the infrastructure damage in Ukraine due to Russia’s invasion
Bechtel undertaking preparatory work for €500 million Skavica hydroelectric plant
Global building materials company exits Russian market due to war in Ukraine
Russian energy firm was to deliver two reactors, with €10bn loan from Russian government
Company said war having a “massive impact” on its business and could force an exit from Russia and Ukraine
Pinsent Masons on due diligence firms must undertake, as sanctions continue to squeeze
Austrian contractor will close Russian operations and terminate Russian shareholder agreements
Assessing the wider impact on construction of the war in Ukraine
Baltic transshipment complex will handle 64 million tonnes of cargo a year and help Russia increase exports