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NBU expects Ukraine to borrow $2-bln from IMF in 2019-2020

KYIV, May 23 The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) expect that in 2020 and 2021 $2 billion of loans from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will be attracted and $3 billion and $3.5 billion will be raised from the placement of eurobonds in 2020 and 2021 respectively, according to a presentation posted on the central bank's website. | More

Columbia interested in Ukraine's cybersecurity technology

KYIV, May 23 Columbia is showing its interest to Ukraine's experience and technologies to counter challenges of Russia's hybrid war in the cybersecurity sphere. | More

Ukraine, Georgia seek EUs support for shipping services in Black Sea

KYIV, May 23 Ukraine jointly with Georgia are preparing an address to the European Commission with a proposal to financially support the development of the shipping service between ports of Ukraine and the Black Sea region countries. The respective decision was made at ministerial conference in Bucharest (Romania) on May 21. | More

Yaroslavsky's DCH plans to build A business center in Kyiv

KYIV, May 23 DCH Infrastructure and Real Estate (DCH I&RE), part of businessman Oleksandr Yaroslavsky's DCH Group, is designing a new project of the class A business center with an underground parking space on the territory of the former Keramperlit plant located at 85, Mezhyhirska Street in the Podilsky district of Kyiv. | More

Visa Inc. launches FastLine priority boarding service in Boryspil

KYIV, May 22 U.S. Visa Inc., the operator of one of the largest payment systems in the world, has launched the FastLine priority boarding service for holders of premium Visa cards in Terminal D of the Boryspil international airport (Kyiv region). | More

Cabinet OKs separation of gas pipelines by ownership unbundling model

KYIV, May 22 The Cabinet of Ministers has approved the decision according to which the separation of the gas transportation system (GTS) will be implemented according to the ownership unbundling (OU) model, the press service of Trunk Gas Pipelines of Ukraine reported. | More

EU expects free roaming agreement for Ukraine, others in 2020

KYIV, May 22 The European Union expects that the free roaming agreement between Ukraine, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia and Moldova will be signed in 2020, EU4Digital Programme Team Leader Arturas Piliponis said Wednesday. | More

Zelenskiy facing criticism from lawmakers

KYIV, May 23 - President Volodymyr Zelenskiy is facing sharp criticism after just two days in power, over his efforts to dissolve parliament and revamp electoral law and his appointment of a top aide with close ties to a scandal-plagued oligarch, The Irish Times reported. | More

Investors criticize Zelenskiys first appointments: EBA president

KYIV, May 23 Investors have negatively reacted to the first appointments made by President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, and further appointments people affiliated with billionaire Ihor Kolomoisky to the top positions may entail outflow of investment from Ukraine. | More

World Bank affirms Ukraines 2019 GDP growth forecast at 2.7%

KYIV, May 23 The World Bank has affirmed the forecast for growth of Ukraine's GDP at 2.7% in 2019, World Bank Country Director for Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine Satu Kahkonen has said. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  24.05.2019 prev
USD 26.34 26.30
RUR 0.408 0.408
EUR 29.34 29.38

Stock Market
  23.05.2019 prev
PFTS 574.1 573.5
source: PFTS


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