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Construction equipment supplier agrees to pay out-of-court settlement over Crimean bridge prosecution
Dutch construction equipment supplier Dieseko has agreed to pay an out-of-court settlement to end an investigation into the sale of machines used for the construction of a bridge in Crimea
Go ahead for construction of Moscow-St. Petersburg high-speed rail
Government approves start of work for new railway
Bangladesh pursuing US$9bn in loans for bridge projects
The government is looking to borrow approximately US$9 billion for five bridge projects.
Construction of major Russia-China gas pipeline delayed
Construction of a major new gas pipeline running between Russia and China has been delayed as the two countries hammer out a deal on the proposal.
Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska attempts to sell his stake in Strabag
Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska is attempting to sell 100% of the shares he controls in Austrian construction company Strabag.
Putin clears sale of Caterpillar’s Russian assets
President Vladimir Putin has approved the purchase of the Russian assets of U.S. machinery maker Caterpillar by Russia’s PSK-New Solutions, owned by ex-Sberbank executives, according to a decree published on Monday and a corporate database.
Burkina Faso and Russia’s Rosatom sign agreement for nuclear power plant
Burkina Faso and Russian state nuclear company Rosatom have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for construction of a nuclear power plant in the landlocked Sahel West African state.
Four companies that helped Russia build Crimea bridge fined
The Dutch prosecutor has fined four Dutch companies and eight people for breaching EU sanctions on Russia between 2014 and 2017 for helping Moscow build a bridge to Crimea.
Bobcat launches new backhoe loader
OEM unveils new backhoe loader for Middle East and Africa and Commonwealth of Independent States
Moscow authorities ‘pressuring construction companies’ over Ukraine war recruits
Moscow’s municipal authorities are “highly likely” to be pressuring construction companies to deliver recruits to fight in Ukraine, according to reports from UK intelligence.
Sanctioned Russian oligarch fails in bid to stop being frozen out of Strabag
A shareholder controlled by a Russian oligarch has failed in a bid to annul a decision to freeze its stake in Austrian contractor Strabag.
Russia and Iran sign deal to build railway line for new trade corridor
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.
Strabag reveals plans to cut share of contractor owned by Russian oligarch below 25%
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%.
Why megaprojects alone can’t sustain an expanding contractor
Major contractors exploring new markets will need more than megaprojects alone to succeed.
Rosatom to build Russia’s first land-based small modular nuclear reactor (SMR)
Russian nuclear development agency Rosatom has gained a licence to build Russia’s first land-based small modular reactor (SMR).
Metso Outotec ends wind-down in Russia
Company discontinues business in response to Ukraine attack
CNH Industrial sells Russian business
Construction and agricultural equipment manufacturer CNH Industrial has sold its business in Russia for US$60 million.
Yanmar suspends Russian operations
Subsidiary Yanmar RUS will no longer offer customer service in heavily sanctioned country
EECFA highlights ‘tragedy’ in Eastern European construction
Analyst’s winter construction report predicts region’s output will fall again in 2023
Komatsu comments on Russia policy
Chief executive said company has no immediate plans for full exit
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