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Ukraine-IMF talks take longer due to COVID

KYIV, Dec 24 A International Monetary Fund team needs more time than usually to check the pace of reforms in Ukraine as all meetings are currently held online due to COVID pandemic, an IMF official said.
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IMF raises concerns with delays in energy sector transactions in Ukraine

KYIV, Dec 24 The International Monetary Fund is concerned with increasing delays in financial transactions in the energy sector as many companies report shortage of cash pointing at looming crisis.
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Energoatom opens 186-km Zaporozhia-Kakhovka power line

KYIV, Dec 23 Energoatom opened its part of the open switchgear at Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant (NPP), which is a part of the 750 kV overhead power transmission line "Zaporizhia NPP Kakhovska substation" which is 186 km long.
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Ukrhydroenergo starts unit-4 at Dnistrovska pumped storage power plant

KYIV, Dec 24 Ukrhydroenergo began start-up operations at the hydroelectric unit four of the Dnistrovska pumped storage power plant (PSPP) on December 22 and plans to complete the work on launching the unit in summer 2021, the company has said.
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Most Ukrainian firms didnt cut worker salaries despite COVID-19

KYIV, Dec 22 - Starting from March 2020, 18.8% of Ukrainian companies were forced to reduce salaries to their employees due to quarantine; 72.4% reported that quarantine did not affect their work, and therefore there was no revision of salaries, and 8.8% of companies, on the contrary, increased them this year.
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Lawmaker calls on Ukraine to protest businesses at Green Deal talks

KYIV, Dec 22 Deputy Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Economic Development Dmytro Kysylevsky calls on the government to responsibly negotiate with the EU within the framework of the Green Deal initiative.
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Philip Morris sues Ukraine to strike off UAH 1.2-bln fine

KYIV, Dec 22 - Philip Morris International (PMI) has filed a lawsuit for bilateral investment arbitration against the government of Ukraine in connection with the unfair, in their opinion, decision of the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine (AMCU) to fine them UAH 1.2 billion in the case of the wholesale distributor Tedis Ukraine, according to a press release from PMI.
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Ukraine plans to vaccinate 50% of population in 2021-2022

KYIV, Dec 22 The operational headquarters of the Ministry of Health for vaccine-preventable infections has approved a plan for immunizing the population against COVID-19, according to which vaccination is planned to cover 50% of the population (20 million people) in 2021-2022.
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U.S.s new sanctions to kill Nord Stream 2

WASHINGTON, Dec 23 - The United States is preparing a set of new devastating sanctions that would permanently stop construction of Nord Stream 2 pipeline in the coming weeks, Reuters reported Wednesday citing senior Trump administration officials.
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U.S. urges Ukraine to join Clean Network to boost private investments

KYIV, Dec 23 - Participation in the Clean Network program will help increase private sector investment in Ukraine, U.S. Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment Keith Krach said.
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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  13.01.2021 prev
USD 28.05 28.20
RUR 0.378 0.377
EUR 34.08 34.28

Stock Market
  12.01.2021 prev
PFTS 498.9 498.9
source: PFTS


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