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Germanys Kostal to build EUR 40-mln car electronics plant in Ukraine

KYIV, July 30 The second plant for the production of automotive electronics of Kostal Ukraine LLC, a subsidiary of Germany's Leopold Kostal GmbH & Co, will start operating in April 2021 in Dudarkiv (Boryspil district of Kyiv region), the press service of the Kyiv Regional Administration has reported.
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U.S. senators suggest increasing to $300-mln military aid to Ukraine

WASHINGTON, July 30 - Republican and Democratic U.S. senators introduced legislation to back Ukraine with $300 million of annual military financing and other support on Thursday, Reuters reported.
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Cabinet orders to speed up appointments to boards of state companies

KYIV, July 30 The Cabinet of Ministers has instructed in two months to complete staffing of the supervisory boards of 15 largest state-owned enterprises (SOE) with independent members and state representatives, as well as to expedite the submission of ownership policies and key performance indicators of the supervisory boards for Naftogaz Ukrayiny, Ukroboronprom and Ukrzaliznytsia to the government.
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Ukrnergo certification to help connect power grids of Ukraine, EU

KYIV, July 30 Ukrenergo expects to complete the certification of the company this year, which will make it possible to connect the power system of Ukraine to the European one, acting Board Chairman Volodymyr Kudrytsky said.
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UIA reports $60-mln in losses due to coronavirus shutdown

KYIV, July 30 Ukraine International Airlines saw $60 million in losses due to the temporary suspension of its activities during lockdown and has to gradually lay off 900 employees, the UIA press service has told Interfax-Ukraine.
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Ukraine places $2-bln 2033 Eurobond yielding 7.253%: Finance Ministry

KYIV, July 30 On 30 July, Ukraine announced the successful settlement of its new $2 billion 7.253% eurobond due 2033 (the Notes), as well as the completion of the switch tender offer in relation to its outstanding U.S. dollar-denominated 7.75% senior notes due 2021 and U.S. dollar-denominated 7.75% senior notes due 2022.
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Ukroboronprom calls for lifting salary restrictions for managers

KYIV, July 29 Ukroboronprom, the state arms producing group, asked President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to lift restrictions on salary increases for top managers introduced during the pandemic.
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Ukraine shipped grain to 58 states, including Egypt, Spain, Netherlands

KYIV, July 29 Ukraine in the 2019/2020 season (July-June) carried out grain shipments to 58 countries of the world. Egypt is the largest importer of Ukrainian grain, accounting for 7.09 million tons.
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OSCE sees numerous ceasefire violations

KYIV, July 29 - The new ceasefire for eastern Ukraine appears to have faltered, with more than 100 violations recorded within days of it having gone into effect this week, according to the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).
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Ukraines economy to expand at faster pace in 2021, ministry forecasts

KYIV, July 29 Ukraines economy will resume economic growth next year and is expected to expand at 4.6% in 2021, followed by 4.3% growth in 2022, a faster growth than has been earlier projected, according to the Economic Development Ministry.
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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  13.08.2020 prev
USD 27.53 27.60
RUR 0.375 0.379
EUR 32.56 32.56

Stock Market
  12.08.2020 prev
PFTS 500.1 500.1
source: PFTS


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