AMCU approved purchase of Neptune grain terminal by Cargill and Arya. The Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine (AMCU) authorized Cargill for the joint acquisition of Neptune grain terminal in Yuzhny seaport (Odessa region). “Cargill International Luxembourg 2 S.à.r.l. (based in Luxembourg) is granted approval to acquire jointly…
The British Embassy in Kyiv has officially announced that applications for Chevening Scholarships in Ukraine are now open and will close on 8 November 2016. Chevening Scholarships are the UK government’s global scholarships programme. Established in 1983, these scholarships support study at UK universities—mostly one-year Masters’ degrees—for students with demonstrable potential to become future leaders, decision-makers and opinion formers. The Scholarships not only offer financial support, but the opportunity to become part of an influential and highly regarded global network that unites over 44,000 alumni around the world.
Although it is a tale that probably hasn’t had the impact expected from Misha Saakashvili inspired events, and despite some highly questionable deals regarding the new Odessa International Airport Terminal between the Saakashvili administration and dodgy businessmen, matters regarding Odessa airport certainly appear to be going the right way.
Upon arrival, Governor Saakashvili managed to force out the Ihor Kolomoisky aligned (and thus MAU airline friendly) bureaucrat that effectively—indeed very effectively—managed to preserve the almost 100% monopoly Mr Kolomoisky’s MAU had over flights into and from Odessa airport—both national and international flights.
Odessa continues to lead the way in terms of IT innovation. The latest development is a new four-month program offering visually impaired odessites the opportunity to learn how to use JAVA and create mobile devices applications. This is the first such initiative in Ukraine—The Odessa Review reports.