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Ukraine hopes to get COVID-19 vaccine

KYIV, Nov 21 - Ukraine said on Friday it hoped to receive 8 million doses of a COVID-19 vaccine in the first half of next year and reported 14,575 new coronavirus infections in the past 24 hours, passing the previous days record of 13,357, Reuters reported.
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IMF warns Ukraines GDP-linked bonds may add fiscal burden on government

KYIV, Nov 20 - Ukraines GDP-linked warrants issued during the debt restructuring in 2015 may potentially lead to large fiscal costs and exceed the initial debt write-off, a report from the International Monetary Fund said.
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KSE: 33,000 Ukrainians may die from COVID

KYIV, Nov 20 Up to 33,000 people may die from COVID-19 in Ukraine provided that the weekend quarantine remains through the end of the year, the Kyiv School of Economics (KSE) said Friday.
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NBU vows to maintain stability even without IMF loans

KYIV, Nov 19 The National Bank of Ukraine said it will maintain financial stability in the country even if the International Monetary Fund refuses to resume lending, but hopes to avoid this scenario.

Kyrylo Shevchenko, the governor of the NBU who just returned from Washington after talks with the IMF, said the banking system would maintain stability and forex reserves are big enough to keep hryvnia stable.
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Naftogaz asking govt for access to new oil, gas fields

KYIV, Nov 19 The Expert Council of the Exploration and Production Division of the Naftogaz Group wrote to the government about the need to provide the company with access to geological exploration of large promising oil and gas areas in Ukraine, including the Black Sea shelf and Yuzivska field.
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TIU Canada sues Nikopol Ferroalloy in solar power dispute

KYIV, Nov 19 TIU Canada, an investor in the field of solar energy, owned by Refraction Asset Management (Calgary, Canada), has filed a lawsuit against Nikopol Ferroalloy Plant (NFP) due to the disconnection of its 10.5 MW solar power plant (SPP) from the power grid in March 2020 of the year.
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Triumph Media suspects new cinema projects for 6 months

KYIV, Nov 19 Triumph Media Group LLC (Kyiv), which develops the Planeta Kino cinema network in Ukraine, suspended new projects for at least six months.
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Ukraine to replace public transport with EVs by 2030

KYIV, Nov 19 Ukraine will replace all urban public transport fleets with electric vehicles by 2030 with supporting charging infrastructure, Vladyslav Kykliy, Minister of Infrastructure, said.
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Cabinet mulls bill on pension system for workers in hazardous industries

KYIV, Nov 18 The Government will submit to Parliament a bill on the introduction of the fully-funded professional pension system for workers in hazardous industries under the age of 35 who are entitled to preferential pension benefits, by increasing the rate of the single social contribution for such employers by 7% or 15%.
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NBU may lift on foreign exchange purchase restrictions in 2021

KYIV, Nov 18 The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) may lift restrictions on purchase of foreign currency for companies in 2021, Director of the Open Markets Department Oleksiy Lupin said.
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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  04.12.2020 prev
USD 28.30 28.44
RUR 0.378 0.376
EUR 34.40 34.32

Stock Market
  03.12.2020 prev
PFTS 507.5 507.5
source: PFTS


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