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Kharkiv plant upgrades T-64 tanks with new weapon systems, navigation

KYIV, Feb 11 - The state Kharkiv Armored Plant upgraded more than a hundred of T-64 tank, which is enough to re-equip an entire tank brigade, President Petro Poroshenko said. | More

Ukrenergo hires Lalive S.A. to handle lawsuit on lost Crimean assets

KYIV, Feb 11 The national power grid Ukrenergo hired Lalive S.A. (Switzerland) to represent the interests of the company in a case on compensation of losses due to annexation of Crimea by Russia. | More

Ukrainians increase debt housing, utilities debts 14.4% in December

KYIV, Feb 11 Ukrainians increased debts for housing and utilities services in December 2018 by 14.4% from November 2018 to UAH 50.7 billion.

The State Statistics Service said the data are given without taking into account the occupied territory of Crimea and Sevastopol, as well as part of the temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions. | More

Agriculture, transportation, tourism, IT t lead Ukraines growth: Poroshenko

KYIV, Feb 8 Five strategic priorities in the economy for the coming five years would bring funds to improve people's living standards these are agricultural, transport, tourism, high-tech and IT sectors, according to presidential candidate and incumbent head of state Petro Poroshenko said. | More

Ukraine reports 1% inflation in January vs. 0.8% in December

KYIV, Feb 8 Inflation in Ukraine in January 2019 was 1% against 0.8% in December 2018, the State Statistics Service of Ukraine said on Friday.

Consumer price growth in January 2019 year-over-year slowed to 9.2% against 14.1% in January 2018 compared to January 2017. | More

'Green' auctions may stall feed-in tariffs applications, industry expert

KYIV, Feb 8 The launch of 'green' auctions would make disadvantageous the application of feed-in tariffs for the launch of renewable energy facilities, expert of the Ukrainian Association of Renewable Energy Iryna Krymus said. | More

EV registrations in Ukraine rise 130% on year in January

KYIV, Feb 8 Primary registrations of electric vehicles in Ukraine in January 2019 increased by 130% year-over-year, to 441 units, with used electric cars imported into Ukraine accounting for 91.6% of the total number (404 units), the Ukrautoprom Association reported. | More

NBU expects cash inflow from migrant workers to grow to $12.2-bln in 2019

KYIV, Feb 8 The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) predicts the further increase in the volume of money transfers to the country from labor migrants: if in 2018, they sum was estimated at $11.6 billion, in in 2019 it is expected that it will be $12.2 billion, Head of the NBU Council Bohdan Danylyshyn said Thursday. | More

Ukraines aviation authority allows Jonika to fly to Iraq, Germany, Albania

KYIV, Feb 8 The State Aviation Service of Ukraine has approved the rights to service regular flights to some destinations in Iraq, Germany and Albania for Jonika airline (Hoholiv, Kyiv region), according to a posting on the website of the authority. | More

Naftogaz to shut down representative office in Hungary

KYIV, Feb 7 The national energy company Naftogaz Ukrayiny will close it representative office in Hungary, the company has reported in the information disclosure system of the National Commission for Securities and the Stock Market, referring to the decision of the supervisory board. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  21.02.2019 prev
USD 27.09 27.17
RUR 0.411 0.410
EUR 30.72 30.69

Stock Market
  20.02.2019 prev
PFTS 554.3 556.4
source: PFTS


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