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Ukraine to open 10 new visa centers in China, India, Egypt, Lebanon

KYIV, Jan 12 - The Department of Consular Service of the Foreign Ministry has opened 10 new visa centers in eight countries starting January 15, the ministry reported. | More

U.S. State Department says tourists must exercise caution while traveling to Ukraine

KYIV, Jan 12 - The U.S. State Department has included Ukraine in the second group of countries out of four in terms of level of security for U.S. citizens the countries in which they should exercise increased caution. | More

Ukrainian automobile manufacturers boost output 63% in 2017

KYIV, Jan 11 - Ukrainian vehicle manufacturers produced 8,586 vehicles in 2017, which was 63% more than in 2016; the output of passenger cars alone increased by 68.1%, to 7,296 units, the Ukrautoprom Association has reported. | More

Italy to push for ending Donbas conflict

VIENNA, Jan. 11 - Italy's foreign minister will visit Ukraine and Russia in the coming weeks to "intensify" efforts to end the conflict in eastern Ukraine, as he took up the post of chairperson-in-office of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), RFE/RL reported. | More

Motor Sich aircraft engine maker loses Snizne plant to pro-Russian separatists

KYIV, Jan 10 Motor Sich, a Zaporizhia-based aircraft engine maker, issued an official announcement about the loss of control over the assets of the Snizne Machine-Building Plant, which is the part of the company and is located in the area of Donetsk region beyond Ukrainian government control. | More

Ukrainian steelmakers may be hit by U.S. anti-dumping measures

KYIV, Jan 10 U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross has expressed his satisfaction with the final determinations in the anti-dumping duty investigations of imports of carbon and alloy steel wire rod (wire rod) from South Africa and Ukraine, which will allow protecting U.S. producers. | More

Court keeps secret names in Yanukovuch $1.5-bln asset confiscation case

KYIV, Jan 11 The text of a ruling by Kramatorsk's District Court on special confiscation of $1.5 billion from disgraced former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych and his cronies has been classified because investigatory measures are underway and the safety of participants of the process should be provided, Deputy Chief of the Ukrainian Prosecutor General's Office Yevhen Yenin said. | More

Ukraines industrial prices up 16.5% in 2017, statistics committee reports

KYIV, Jan 10 - Industrial prices in Ukraine in 2017 increased by 16.5% against 35.7% in 2016, 25.4% in 2015, and 31.7% in 2014, the State Statistics Service said on Tuesday. | More

Polands PGNiG doubles natural gas supplies to Ukraine in 2017

KYIV, Jan 10 - The Polish oil and gas company PGNiG in 2017 supplied more than 700 million cubic meters (mcm) of gas to Ukraine, which is twice as high as in 2016. | More

Rosneft sells gasoline filling station chain in Ukraine

MOSCOW, Jan 10 - Rosneft has sold its network of fuel filling stations in Ukraine, according to the Russian oil company's list of affiliates.

A number of Rosneft subsidiaries were removed from the list in Q4, 2017 in connection with the sale. They include RN-Kart Ukraina LLC, TNK-Industries Ukraine, Aviation Fuel Company LLC and Glusco Retail LLC. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  19.01.2018 prev
USD 28.78 28.67
RUR 0.507 0.507
EUR 35.21 34.98

Stock Market
  18.01.2018 prev
PFTS 330.8 334.2
source: PFTS


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