FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 2018
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Ukrainian observers call for rebuild damaged Vodafone equipment in Donetsk

KYIV, Jan 17 - The Ukrainian side of the Joint Center for Control and Coordination (JCCC) hopes that with the assistance of the Special Monitoring Mission (SMM), the OSCE will be able to start the work on repairing the damaged equipment of the Vodafone Ukraine mobile network operator in nongovernment controlled area in Donetsk region. | More

Lviv plans UAH 440-mln bond issue to boost local economy

KYIV, Jan 15 Lviv plans a UAH440 million bond issue (to be issued in two tranches in 2018), Fitch Ratings said in a press release on Monday.

"For 2018 Lviv's direct debt may increase to UAH 440 million, or a still low 4.7% of current revenue (from less than 0.1% in 2014-2017), if the city is successful in its planned UAH 440 million bond issue (to be issued in two tranches in 2018)," Fitch said. | More

Ukraine doubles natural gas use from storage facilities on freezing weather

KYIV, Jan 15 Frosts in the middle of January 2018 forced Ukraine almost double pumping of natural gas from its underground gas storage facilities, according to data from public joint-stock company Ukrtransgaz. | More

Energoatom ups power output 5.7% on year to 85.78 billion kWh in 2017

KYIV, Jan 15 - Energoatom in 2017 increased electricity production by 5.7% (by 4.602 billion kilowatt-hours) year-over-year, to 85.785 billion kWh, the press service of the company has said. | More

Poroshenko defends Anti-Corruption Court bill after IMF, World Bank criticism

KYIV, Jan 15 - The bill on the Anti-Corruption Court has been drafted in accordance with the Constitution of Ukraine and the recommendations of the Venice Commission, and discussions on specific norms should be held in the Ukrainian parliament, the press service of the Presidential Administration reported. | More

Police, protesters clash over bill

KYIV, Jan. 16 - Police and protesters have clashed Thursday near the Ukrainian parliament, where lawmakers discussed legislation on the "reintegration" of regions held by Russia-backed separatists, RFE/RL reported. | More

Groysman says Holodomor Victims Memorial to start construction in February

KYIV, Jan 16 Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman has said that the construction of the second stage of the National Museum "Memorial to Holodomor Victims" will begin in February and will take two years, the press service of the Cabinet of Ministers has reported. | More

TrailStone Energy obtains license to sell gas to Ukrainian consumers

KYIV, Jan 16 - The National Commission for Regulation of Energy, Housing and Utilities Services (NCER) has issued a license for the supply of natural gas to TrailStone Energy LLC (Kyiv). | More

Amsterdam court may hear appeal filed by 4 Crimean museums over 'Scythian gold'

SIMFEROPOL, Jan 16 - A court in Amsterdam may hear the appeal filed by four Crimean museums against the decision to return the 'Scythian gold' to Ukraine in spring 2018, East Crimea Historical and Cultural Open-Air Museum general director Tatyana Umrikhina told reporters in Simferopol on Tuesday. | More

Antimonopoly Committee permits Hladkovsky to acquire controlling stake in Hyundai Ukraine

KYIV, Jan 15 The Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine has permitted ex-director general of Hyundai Motor Ukraine LLC Ihor Hladkovsky to acquire a controlling stake in the official distributor of the Hyundai brand in Ukraine. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  19.01.2018 prev
USD 28.78 28.67
RUR 0.507 0.507
EUR 35.21 34.98

Stock Market
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PFTS 330.8 334.2
source: PFTS


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