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Ukraine removes Turboatom, 4 power plants from privatization list

KYIV, Jan 16 Turboatom, the maker of turbines for nuclear power plants, and four fossil burning power plants, Kherson, Dniprovska, Kryvy Rih and Severodonetsk, will be removed from the 2019 list privatization, an official said. | More

Gazprom fails to show up at negotiations

KYIV, Jan 15 Russias energy company Gazprom on Tuesday has failed to show up at negotiations with Ukrainian and European counterparts ahead of important natural gas supply talks next week, an official said. | More

Ukraines former Defense Minister Salamatin suspected of being Russian spy

KYIV, Jan 14 Ukraines former Defense Minister Dmytro Salamatin, a Russian national, may have been a Russian spy and worked to undermine Ukraines military capabilities, Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko said. | More

PM Groysman plans to visit Norway for business forum by end of January

KYIV, Jan 15 - Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman intends to visit Oslo (Norway) at the end of January of this year, where he will take part in a business forum. | More

Ukraine's foreign trade in goods deficit rises 66.6% in January-November

KYIV, Jan 15 The deficit of Ukraine's foreign trade in goods in January-November 2018 increased by 66.6% compared with January-November 2017 and amounted to $8.866 billion, the State Statistics Service has reported. | More

Populist presidential candidate Tymoshenko vows to slash gas prices in half

KYIV, Jan 15 Yuliya Tymoshenko, leader of the Batkivschyna party, has said that immediately upon her victory in the presidential elections she will send a bill to the parliament to change the regulations governing natural gas distribution to household in Ukraine so that Ukrainians would pay half the current price for natural gas, which will greatly help lower their expenditure on utilities. | More

Donetsk court rules to allow Prominvestbank seize AVK Confectionary

KYIV, Jan 15 - The Economic Court of Donetsk region has decided to recover a confectionery factory and equipment from PJSC AVK Confectionary Factory (Dnipro) in favor of PJSC Prominvestbank (Kyiv, a subsidiary of Russia's Vnesheconombank), according to the single court rulings register. | More

Metinvest establishes complete control over Tsentralniy Mining, Processing Plant

KYIV, Jan 14 Ukraine's largest mining and metallurgical group Metinvest has concentrated 100% of the shares of PJSC Central Mining and Processing Plant (Central GOK, Dnipropetrovsk region), according to official information of the enterprise in the information system of the National Commission on Securities and the Stock Market. | More

Ukraine reduces iron ore exports 1.3% on year in 2018

KYIV, Jan 14 Ukraine's ore mining enterprises reduced exports of iron ore in kind by 1.3% in 2018 compared to 2017, to 36.913 million tons.

Forex revenue from iron ore exports grew by 10.9%, to $2.869 billion, according to a State Fiscal Service of Ukraine customs statistics report. | More

Energoatom reduces power generation 1.4% on-year in 2018

KYIV, Jan 14 National Nuclear Generating Company Energoatom reduced power generation by 1.4% year-on-year in 2018, to 84.626 billion kWh, the company has said. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
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USD 27.90 27.95
RUR 0.419 0.421
EUR 31.67 31.76

Stock Market
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PFTS 556.7 556.7
source: PFTS


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