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Most Ukrainians wont sell their land shares after sale ban is lifted: Poll

KYIV, Feb 18 Some 59% of Ukrainians in no way plan to sell their land shares, if after the opening of the land market in Ukraine there will be an offer, and only 3% of Ukrainians are ready to sell the share without hesitation, according to a sociological research conducted by the Ukrainian Institute for the Future (UIF) from January 27 to February 5.
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Belarus tops list of power exporters to Ukraine in January, Ukrenergo says

KYIV, Feb 18 Belarus became the largest exporter of power to Ukraine in January, which share in the total supply amounted to 67.3% and provided for 1.3% of total electricity consumption (including technological costs), Ukrenergo reported.
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Medvedchuks assets frozen amid sanctions

KYIV, Feb 21 - President Volodymyr Zelenskiy on Saturday signed a decree imposing sanctions against Viktor Medvedchuk, the leader of a major Ukrainian opposition party and a close friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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Ukrainians favor early election due to corruption concerns, poll finds

KYIV, Feb 19 Almost half (46%) of Ukraine's population see the need for an early presidential election and just over half (54%), for early parliamentary elections this year, according to the findings of a poll conducted by the Ukrainian Institute of the Future (UIF) on January 27-February 5.
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Consumer confidence index drops to 65.7 in 2020 amid pandemic

KYIV, Feb 19 Ukraines consumer confidence index dropped to 65.7 in December 2020 from 97.5 in December 2019 due to COVID-19 pandemic, Ihor Zabolotsky, the head of retail projects at Colliers International (Ukraine) said.
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Shopping malls report vacancy rates down at 10% in December 2020: Colliers

KYIV, Feb 19 Contrary to market fears, the vacancy rate of Kyiv's shopping and entertainment centers in December 2020 was 10%, which is even lower than the figure for December 2019 - 11.9%, head of retail projects at Colliers International (Ukraine) Ihor Zabolotsky said.
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Metinvest reduces steel exports to Europe 21% on year in 2020

KYIV, Feb 17 - Metinvest B.V. in 2020 reduced sales of products in Europe by 21% compared to the previous year, to $2.851 billion.

According to the audited consolidated financial results for 2020, sales in Europe fell mainly due lower sales prices for steel products. This was also affected by a decrease in sales of semi-finished products by 31% and iron ore products by 48%. As a result, the region's share in total revenue decreased by 7 percentage points (p.p.) compared to the previous year, to 27%.
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Ukraine increases coking coal imports 14.6% on year in January

KYIV, Feb 17 Coke and chemical plants of Ukraine in January this year imported 770,000 tons of raw coking coal concentrate, which is 14.6% more than in the same period last year.
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Energoatom to boost power output to 95-bln kWh/year within 3 years

KYIV, Feb 17 National Nuclear Generating Company Energoatom plans to increase the annual volume of electricity production to 95 billion kWh in two or three years, while the expected volume of electricity generation this year is 78 billion kWh, acting President of Energoatom Petro Kotin said at the forum Ukraine30 on Wednesday.
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Poroshenko acquires Pershiy television

KYIV, Feb 18 Former President Petro Poroshenko on Thursday acquired the Pershiy television channel for an undisclosed amount of money expanding his television assets as battle intensifies for control over media in Ukraine.
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RUR 0.378 0.379
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