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Ukrlandfarming mulls building $800-mln grain exporting seaport

KYIV, March 5 Ukrlandfarming, one of the largest Ukrainian agricultural holdings, in the framework of its vertical integration strategy retains the plan for the construction of a port for grain exports and seeks investors for this project, evaluating its value at $200 million to $800 million. | More

Poroshenko says govt to spend more on additional power generating capacity

KYIV, March 5 President Petro Poroshenko has visited Tashlytska hydroelectric pumped storage power plant in Yuzhnoukrainsk, Mykolaiv region, where during communication with the plant management and its employees assured them the construction of additional power generating units is the priority for the state. | More

Two thirds of Ukrainians believe things go on wrong direction

KYIV, March 4 Two thirds of Ukrainians believe that the situation in the country is developing in the wrong direction, while every fifth thinks that the direction is right, as evidenced by the data of the Sociological Group Rating, published on March 4. | More

Households pile up debts for utilities by 12.2% on month in January

KYIV, March 4 The debt of households for housing and utilities services in January 2019 increased by 12.2% from December 2018 and amounted to UAH 56.9 billion (excluding electricity). | More

Ukraine to produce more natural gas to become energy independent, PM says

KYIV, March 4 Ukraine can produce more gas and consume it more efficiently, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman said.

"Ukraine is an energy country. I'm sure that we can produce more of our own gas and consume it more efficiently. For us it's absolutely realistic in future not to depend on any gas supplies from abroad," Groysman said on Facebook. | More

Health ministry to increase procurement of medicines for orphan patients

KYIV, March 4 The Health Ministry in 2019 will procure medicines and medical products for orphan patients for the amount of UAH 1.8 billion, which is UAH 340 million more than a year ago, the press service of the ministry reported. | More

Malta-based developer to invest $100-mln in Kyiv office projects

KYIV, March 4 The development company Von der Heyden Group (Valletta, Malta) is entering the Ukrainian market and plans to invest $50-100 million in projects for the construction of hotels and offices in Kyiv and Lviv in the next three years. | More

Poroshenko vows quick action to strengthen anti-corruption law

KYIV, March 4 President Petro Poroshenko will soon appeal to Ukraine's parliament to urge lawmakers to adopt changes on illegal enrichment in the Criminal Code as quickly as possible, spokesman for the Poroshenko presidential campaign Oleh Medvedev said. | More

Russia may keep shipping gas via Ukraine

MOSCOW, March 4 - Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said that Moscow was ready to keep gas transit through Ukraine after 2019, despite the construction of Nord Stream 2 pipeline, which is to be built in the Baltic Sea, Reuters reported. | More

Ukraine, EU to boost investment projects following closer integration

KYIV, March 4 The movement of Ukraine towards Europe will help increase the implementation of joint Ukrainian-European projects, President Petro Poroshenko said. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  22.03.2019 prev
USD 27.26 27.17
RUR 0.428 0.423
EUR 31.04 30.85

Stock Market
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PFTS 554.5 554.5
source: PFTS


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