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A city of western Russia northeast of Moscow. It has long been a textile-producing center.


(Russian ɪˈvanəvə)
(Placename) a city in W central Russia, on the Uvod River: textile centre. Pop: 423 000 (2005 est). Former name (1871–1932): Ivanovo-Voznesensk


(iˈvɑ nə və)

a city in the W Russian Federation in Europe, NE of Moscow. 479,000.
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Ivanovo Manufactory, one of Russia's largest manufacturers of technical textiles, has signed an agreement with the Riko Group, a diversified Slovenian holding company, on the construction a plant for the production flame retardant fabrics from synthetic fibres in the Ivanovo region, one of Russia's largest textile production centre.
15 March 2011 - Swedish Sweco AB (STO: SWEC B) will provide environmental consulting services to help modernise a wastewater treatment plant in Ivanovo, western Russia, under a EUR908,000 deal, the company said.
Russian telecom Multiregional TransitTelecom has taken over regional fixed telephony and Internet providers Nauka-Svyaz Ivanovo and Promsvyaz-Invest, for an undisclosed price, Russian daily Vedomosti cited MTTa[euro](tm)s chief Eldar Razroyev as saying on Tuesday.