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The Russian central bank has raised the offering limit for its currency swap deals to U.S. $10 billion from $2 billion to reduce interbank loan interest rates, the central bank said in a statement late December 19.
Inter RAO-Export, a unit of major Russian power holding Inter RAO, will take part in building of the Chiuido-1 hydropower plant in Argentina, Julio de Vido, Argentina's minister of federal planning, said late December 19, announcing results of a tender for the plant construction.
China Machinery Engineering Corporation (CMEC) would like to continue investing in Serbia.
Gabriel Comanescu, the Romanian businessman who controls offshore drilling company Grup Servicii Petroliere, mulls floating the company on the London stock exchange, but plans are hindered by the recent trend of oil prices and global political jitters.
Bulgaria will issue the necessary permits for South Stream and will continue preparatory works on the project, Bulgaria's Prime Minister, Boyko Borissov, said last week at the EU summit in Brussels.
From today, fuel prices will dip NT$1 further, meaning the lowest gasoline prices in five and a half years: NT$26.4 per liter for 95-octane unleaded gasoline and NT$22.9 for diesel. Gasoline and diesel prices will plunge NT$1 and NT$1.1 today, respectively. State-owned CPC Corp.
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