Posts Tagged ‘Moscow’
Estonia’s Lux Express to Open Routes in Russia
Estonia’s Lux Express to Open Routes in RussiaApril 22, 2017
Estonian bus operator Lux Express is set to begin operating regular domestic services in ...
British Taxi Service to Open in Moscow to Rival Uber
British Taxi Service to Open in Moscow to Rival UberApril 10, 2017
Competition in the Moscow taxi market is set to increase after an alliance of ride-hailing ...
Vacancy Rates High in Moscow’s Major Shopping Streets
Vacancy Rates High in Moscow’s Major Shopping StreetsMarch 08, 2016
Jones Land LeSalle (JLL) have stated in a report that one in eight premises in Moscow’s ...
Turkish Owned Swissotel in Moscow Shuts Following Imposed Sanctions
Turkish Owned Swissotel in Moscow Shuts Following Imposed SanctionsJanuary 08, 2016
Russian sanctions on Turkey appeared to have forced the closure of Turkish owned Swissotel in ...
High Tech Bus Stops Coming to Moscow
High Tech Bus Stops Coming to MoscowNovember 02, 2015
Moscow is to get an upgrade in a number of its bus stops, with WiFi and mobile phone charging ...
Moscow Region Takes Over as Country’s Largest Mortgage Market
Moscow Region Takes Over as Country’s Largest Mortgage MarketOctober 28, 2015
The region surrounding Moscow is now Russia’s largest mortgage market, according to a ...
Moscow Office Vacancies at Record High
Moscow Office Vacancies at Record HighOctober 14, 2015
With the recession in Russia showing few signs of abating, commercial activity in Moscow is ...
Moscow Apartment Demand Plummets
Moscow Apartment Demand PlummetsJuly 07, 2015
Russian newspaper Vedomosti has reported that the demand for apartments in the country’s ...
GoRail Suspend Moscow Tallinn Train After 65 Years
GoRail Suspend Moscow Tallinn Train After 65 YearsMay 19, 2015
Following a huge drop in demand, the train service operated by GoRail between the Russian and ...
Signs of a Property Glut in Moscow
Signs of a Property Glut in MoscowApril 14, 2015
The Moscow Times is reporting that construction officials in the city said that 2.1 million ...