|1 June 2004|
|19:34||seaMinistry of Transport To Strike Impassibility |
Minister informed the Government as to the intended means
Beginning of the way: Where we are and what we have (and how we don't like it)
Highways are becoming the major factor hampering the country's economical growth, was the conclusion of the Minister of Transport and Communications Igor Levitin's report to the RF Government.
|10 November 2002|
|11:00||seaRussian and Ukrainian Black Sea Ports May Cooperate|
The Russian-Ukrainian business forum held September 2002 in Odessa focused on developing links between the two countries' ports in the Black Sea.
|30 August 2002|
|11:00||seaBlack Sea Transport Network Integration Prospects|
Regional freight shipping results and outlooks
The Black Sea transport network today includes over 20 ports of the Organization for Black Sea Economic Cooperation’s (OBSEC) member states with the total cargo throughput over 220 ml t.
|23 July 2002|
|11:00||seaDanube Shipping: Losses and Development|
The review below is based on the report by Ukrainian Danube Shipping Co's President Pyotr Suvorov at the cross-industry session held July 12, 2002 to discuss the problem of the construction of a strategic deep-water channel Danube-Black Sea.
|27 May 2002|
|11:00||Port SaidUkraine’s Oil Transit|
|6 May 2002|
|11:00||seaCIS Coordinative Transport Conference: Aims, Objectives, Prospects|
|19 April 2002|
|11:00||seaProblems, Potentials and Prospects for International Transport Companies in the Black Sea Region|
EUROPE AND ASIA
As clearly disclosed in the relevant statistics, the Eurasia has a major disbalance in itself as for the share in the world economy: on one side Europe, representing nearly half of the total global trade and on the other, Asia, a very promising energy source to global economy.
It is today’s general concern to bring the Asian underground sources to surface as early as possible.
|5 April 2002|
|11:00||seaÒransport section of the Federal target Program “The Economic and Social Development of the Far East region in 1996-2005 and till 2010” |
The new edition of the Federal Program “The Economic and Social Development of the Far East region in 1996-2005 and till 2010” was approved of by the Government of Russian Federation on March 19, 2002.
The Program provides for financial and institutional support for the projects aimd at the development of export, which according to the estimates will allows to increase the Far East and Zabaikalie region export volumes up to $7.2 billion in 2005 and up to $12 billion in 2010.
The Far East and Zabaikalie region cover almost 40% of the Russian territory.
|27 March 2002|
|11:00||seaPeculiarities of Functioning of North-South Transport Corridor at Modern Stage|
|11:00||seaInternational Transport Project "Initiative 2K" (Kaliningrad-Klaipeda)|
The Baltic Sea region is the stable and dynamic part of Europe which has always attracted attention of the transport community and will do even more so in connection with the expected prospects for the development of the Russian market and the greater integration of the Russian economy in the global processes.
|20 March 2002|
|11:00||seaInternational Perspectives for TRANSTECH 2002|
|5 March 2002|
|11:00||seaBaltic Transport Cooperation Prospects and Potential|
Which role does your port play in the Baltic trade and how its operations will be effected by the development of the new Russian ports in the Gulf of Finland?
The freight traffic, formed in the eastern Baltic ports, are essential for the seaport of Klaipeda, and the launch of the new ports in the Gulf of Finland will definitely influence the operations of the entire transport system in the area, and the operations of the port of Klaipeda in particular.
|19 February 2002|
|11:00||seaChinese Economic Growth and its Impact on Russian Transport|
Russia’s transit potential
A glimpse at a map is enough to evaluate the specific position of Russia as a natural link between Europe and Asia.
|3 August 2001|
|11:00||seaInterregional Intermodal System as Alternative to Transit Wars|
The epoch of transit wars that started in the 90-s has not many compromises recorded in its history.
|10 July 2001|
|11:00||seaTranssib These 100 Years and Today|
The Transsiberian Railway 9288.2 km long is the longest railway on our planet.
|19 June 2001|
|11:00||projectsResults of the St.Petersburg Economic Forum's Transport Section Session|
"Transport is the strategic factor for the CIS countries in the 21st century" - was the topic of the traditional round table held in June in the framework of the 5th St.Petersburg Economic Forum.
|4 June 2001|
|11:00||seaNWSC Pays No Dividends for 2000|
On June 2, 2001, the annual meeting of the North-West Shipping Co (NWSC) was held in St.
|22 May 2001|
|11:00||seaPositive Aspects in Development of Competition between Alternative Eurasian Transport Corridors and Routes|
The existing Eurasian transport corridors and routes can be conditionally classified into two groups.
The first group are traditional transport corridors, which comprise railroad routes connecting West Europe with CIS and Central Asia; Baltic, Black Sea transport corridors; Transsiberian Main Line as well as the sea route via Suez.
|15 May 2001|
|11:00||seaPort Konstanta to Become Europe’s Seagate|
The Konstanta port administration has put forth a thesis of developing the port in the near future into a westward gate into Europe.
|11 May 2001|
|11:00||seaTransport Ministry’s Policy as Part of Russia’s Geopolitical Strategy|