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Cabinet approves priority investment projects through 2023

KYIV, Nov 18 The Cabinet of Ministers has identified as a priority a project for production of ventilators, two waste incinerators and an air launch space rocket complex, a total of 103 priority investment projects in the approved list until 2023.
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Kyivs office space supply increases 30% on year in Jan-Sep

KYIV, Nov 18 The volume of new supply in the office real estate market in Kyiv in January-September 2020 grew by 30% compared to the same period in 2019 and amounted to 78,800 square meters, according to a report by the consulting company Cushman & Wakefield on Wednesday.
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Ukraine to channel EIB funds on COVID-19

KYIV, Nov 19 Ukraine, which faces shortage of funds due to delayed reforms, has been seeking to redirect some of the European Investment Bank assistance to financing battle with the coronavirus pandemic.
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Millstone & Co seeks to invest EUR 10-mn to explore for lithium in Ukraine

KYIV, Nov 19 Millstone & Co, an investment firm with offices in Ukraine and Poland, plans to spend more than EUR 10 million to complete exploration of lithium deposits in Ukraine in the next two years.
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Biopharma says lack of plasma limits COVID-19 drug output

KYIV, Nov 19 Biopharma, one of the first pharmaceutical companies to produce therapeutics to treat COVID-19, said its production of Bioven drug is limited due to lack of plasma donation culture in Ukraine.
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Ukraine to approve 13 power projects among priority investments

KYIV, Nov 19 The government-approved list of priority investment projects for the state for the period up to 2023 includes 13 power projects.

As reported on the website of the Ministry of Energy on Thursday, two of the power projects relate to the development of nuclear industry the construction of power units No. 3 and No. 4 of the Khmelnytsky nuclear power plant (KhNPP-3, 4), as well as the creation of a data center at the facilities of the National Nuclear Generating Company Energoatom.
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Ukraine faces severe COVID-19 winter

KYIV, Nov 18 - Ukraine faces a very severe period of COVID-19 cases but will not tighten lockdown restrictions because measures taken last week should stabilize the situation, Health Minister Maksym Stepanov told Reuters on Wednesday.
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Zelenskiy assures IMFs Georgieva on progress with reforms, budget

KYIV, Nov 18 - President Volodymyr Zelensky, in a phone conversation with Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund Kristalina Georgieva, stressed that Ukraine had fulfilled all obligations necessary for revising the program with the IMF.
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Ukraine may face shortage of peak power generating capacity

KYIV, Nov 18 - Ukraine may face shortage of peak power generating capacity without new investments that are aimed at stabilizing the power system during peak hours, Ukrenergo power grid said Wednesday.
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Parliaments bill to offset debts between Naftogaz, Ukrnafta, government

KYIV, Nov 17 - Parliament adopted the bill No. 4119 on amendments to the national budget of Ukraine for 2020 regarding the implementation of Article 11 of the law on the natural gas market, which provides for the financial recovery of Ukrnafta by offsetting from Naftogaz and the national budget.
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Currencies (in hryvnias)
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USD 28.30 28.44
RUR 0.378 0.376
EUR 34.40 34.32

Stock Market
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PFTS 507.5 507.5
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