Khakassia


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Khakassia:

see Khakass RepublicKhakass Republic
or Khakassia
, constituent republic (1990 est. pop. 573,000) 23,900 sq mi (61,900 sq km), S central Siberian Russia, in Krasnoyarsk Territory. Abakan (the capital) and Chernogorsk (a coal-mining center) are the major cities.
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Khakassia's ratings reflect high direct risk at above 100% of current revenue, accompanied by persistent refinancing pressure, a long track record of large double-digit budget deficit and a concentrated local economy.
According to the reports of Khakassia Republic's Health Ministry official Ms.
In a video link with Emergencies Minister Vladimir Puchkov broadcast on television, Viktor Zimin, head of the Khakassia Republic's government, said 78 people had also been taken to hospital during several days of fires raging through grasslands in dry and windy weather.
4 May 2011 - Fitch confirmed today the long-term foreign and local currency issuer default ratings (IDRs) of BB- with "stable" outlooks of the republic of Khakassia, a federal subject of Russia located in south-western Siberia.
The increase in the Khakassia Region suggests the possibility of a higher-than-average tariff increase for RusHydro.
The development of partnership between Russia and the oil cartel will be the focus of the meeting, according to Chmatko, quoted by Russian media since Abakahn, capital of the republic of Khakassia in Siberia (about 3400 kilometres, east of Moscow).
The turbine room of the Sayano-Shushenskaya hydropower plant in Khakassia was flooded on August 17, 2009 killing around 12 and injuring 15 people.
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For the stamp, which has a face value of five roubles or 12 pence, has been issued by post office bosses in the little-known Russian republic of Khakassia.
The highest rates are reported from Tuva, Buryatia, Khakassia, and the Tyumen, Jewish Autonomic, Perm, and Novosibirisk regions, with case rates of 266.4, 212.4, 146.8, 142.3, 137.6, 131.9, and 131 per 100,000, respectively (9).