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Ukraines ERU makes first shipment of gas to Romania via Moldova

KYIV, July 1 On July 1, the first supply of natural gas by ERU Management Services LLC (the ERU Group) to Romania via Moldova took place.

"The agreement reached as to the use of the Moldovan gas transmission system opens the way for gas transit from Ukrainian underground storages to the market of Romania and other Balkan states," the group said in a press release.
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Chinas Xian Electric Engineering Co to build two power substations in Ukraine

KYIV, June 30 Ukrenergo has signed a contract with Xian Electric Engineering Co. Ltd. (China) for the reconstruction of two substations of Zakhidna power system (Zakhidna PS) 330 kV Rivne and 220 kV Kalush with the contract cost of EUR 26.98 million (without VAT).
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Solar power plant owners ask Zelenskiy to postpone new tariff bill

KYIV, June 30 A group of foreign and domestic owners of solar power plants have asked President Volodymyr Zelensky to support their proposal to extend the feed-in tariffs for solar power plants by two years when considering bill No. 3658 on the conditions for the development of renewable generation, providing for their reduction by 15%.
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Italy sends plane to Ukraine with aid for flooded regions

KYIV, June 30 A plane from Italy with assistance to help controlling floods in western Ukraine, arrived in the country, the Italian Embassy in Ukraine has reported.
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Kyivs Sikorsky airport begins layoffs amid coronavirus crisis

KYIV, June 30 Kyiv International Airport named after Sikorsky has started a phased reduction of its employees, amid the crisis in the aviation industry due to the coronavirus pandemic, the airport's press service has said.
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NBU Governor resigns citing pressure

KYIV, July 1 Yakiv Smolii, the governor of the National Bank of Ukraine, on Wednesday submitted his resignation, citing systematic political pressure in development that threatens to undermine independence on the central bank.
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IKEA checking timber supply chain after Ukraine alleges illegal logging

KYIV, June 30 The Swedish company IKEA, the world's largest furniture and home goods retailer, has begun an independent audit of its timber supply chain in Ukraine in connection with allegations by Earthsight of using illegally logged timber.
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Ukraine reports $353-mln current account deficit in May

KYIV, July 1 The consolidated balance of payments of Ukraine in May had a deficit of $353 million, which is 52.4% less than in May 2019 ($749 million), according to preliminary data reported by the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) on Monday.
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Turkey, Egypt, Croatia, Montenegro open borders for Ukrainian tourists

KYIV, July 1 Five countries, including Turkey, Egypt, Albania, Croatia and Montenegro, have opened their borders for Ukrainian tourists, Infrastructure Minister of Ukraine Vladyslav Krykliy said on his Telegram channel on Wednesday.
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Zelenskiy promises lower interest rates on loans to boost economic growth

KYIV, June 30 President Volodymyr Zelensky said his government will pursue economic policy that will result in lower interest rates on business loans.

Zelenskiy met on Friday with farmers in Kherson region and they had again complained about high interest rates for loans.
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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  02.07.2020 prev
USD 26.77 26.67
RUR 0.376 0.375
EUR 30.00 29.87

Stock Market
  01.07.2020 prev
PFTS 499.5 499.5
source: PFTS


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