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PricewaterhouseCoopers Opens Office in Kazan

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) officially opened its office in Kazan, capital of Tatarstan. PricewaterhouseCoopers is the first of the Big Four international accounting firms to open an office in the republic, reported the press-centre of PricewaterhouseCoopers.

21 December 2007

Wheat Prices Surge to Record High

Wheat prices surged above $10 a bushel for the first time ever Monday amid concerns that strong demand globally could result in a grain shortage in the United States next year—worsening food price inflation.Other commodities markets mostly declined, with energy, other agricultural futures and metals moving lower.

17 December 2007 : 1

Ukrainian Bio Fuel Producers Are Promised Considerable Benefits

Deputies of the Yulia Timoshenko Block faction (ruling «orange» coalition) have submitted a bill to Ukrainian parliament, offering tax benefits to the producers of biological types of fuel.

8 December 2007

Minselkhoz of Rostov region launches biofuel program

The Scientific-Technical Council of Rostov region Ministry of Agriculture approved the regional biofuel production program.

7 December 2007 : 1

PAVA Grain Company Will Spend Millions on Bio Fuel

Russia's PAVA agri-industrial company will begin producing bio ethanol in 2011 at an annual rate of 200,000 tonnes.

7 December 2007 : 1

Omsk region to construct factory on bioethanol production

Alexey Gordeyev has informed the President of Russia Vladimir Putin on building of a factory on bioethanol production in Omsk region.

6 December 2007

Kazakhstan: Government to introduce biofuel legislation next year

Kazakhstan is expected to introduce new legislation for its up and coming biofuels industry in the first half of 2008, reports Reuters. The new laws are aimed at boosting investment and managing the use of crops to avoid shortages in the food industry.

6 December 2007

Russian Federation December wheat forecast

December's grain production estimate for Russia is 80.4 million metric tons (mmt). The wheat production estimate has been raised to 48.3 mmt (a 7.6-percent increase from the 2006 crop). The barley production estimate has been raised to 16.5 mmt, but still remains 9 percent lower than the 2006 crop. Prohibitive export tariffs halted barley exports in November, while wheat exports continued to grow in October and have remained strong in November. Due to the increased crop estimate, the grain export forecast has been raised to 12.7 mmt, including 11.5 mmt of wheat and 1.05 mmt of barley.

6 December 2007 : 1

RENEWABLES: CIS Countries News Review Nov 2007 - Part 1 of 2

The authorities of Russian Tambov region, southeast of Moscow, will invest 200 mln euro ($292.4 mln) in the construction of a bioethanol plant with an annual output capacity of 250,000 tonnes.

4 December 2007

RENEWABLES: Russian Pava To Build $292 Mln Bioethanol Plant in Altay

Russian company Pava will build a plant for the production of bioethanol from wheat worth between 150 mln euro ($219.3 mln) and 200 mln euro ($292.4 mln) in Altay region, southern Siberia, the company's vice president, Sergey Stolbov, said.

3 December 2007 : 1

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