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Ryanair interested in setting up aircraft servicing site in Ukraine

KYIV, June 22 Ukraine, in particular the Boryspil international airport, may create an aircraft servicing site amid shortage of these services in Europe, and the largest European low cost airline Ryanair showed its interest in the project, Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan said. | More

Ukraine, Hungary to hold language talks

KYIV, June 21 Ukraine and Hungary on Friday will hold talks to try to solve their differences over language legislation and to end Budapests boycott of Kyivs European integration and NATO ties. | More

SkyUp airline may use Ukrainian-made aircraft for domestic flights

KYIV, June 21 SkyUp airline is studying the possibility of involving Ukrainian-made aircraft for domestic flights, the co-founder of the airline Yuriy Alba said at a press conference on Tuesday. | More

Ukraines consumer confidence drops 3 points to 58 in Q1

KYIV, June 21 Consumer confidence index in Ukraine in the first quarter of 2018 fell by 3 points, to 58 points (0200 scale), according to the Conference Board Global Consumer Confidence Survey prepared jointly with Nielsen. | More

Ukraine seeking to sell stake in nuclear power turbine manufacturer Turboatom

KYIV, June 21 The State Property Fund (SPF) is holding consultations with international advisors looking for the optimal model of operation of Turboatom and the size of the stake, which will be put up for sale, acting Head of the SPF Vitaliy Trubarov wrote on his Facebook page late on Tuesday. | More

Commission hikes tariffs for storage, moving gas into storage facilities

KYIV, June 21 The National Commission for Regulation of Energy, Housing and Utilities Services (NCER) has increased tariffs for storage, pumping from and out underground gas storage facilities. | More

Digital gap is gradually narrowing in Ukraine: UIA reports

KYIV, June 21 "Digital gap" the irregularity of using modern digital technologies (first of all, Internet) by various social groups is gradually narrowing in Ukraine, according to a posting on the website of the Ukrainian Internet Association (UIA), referring to the results of a study conducted by Factum Group Ukraine in May 2018. | More

Ukraine approves 2028 defense industry development strategy

KYIV, June 20 - The Ukrainian government has approved the Economic Development and Trade Ministry's strategy for the development of the defense industry for the period until 2028. | More

Naftogaz freezes Gazproms assets in England, Wales after Stockholm ruling

KYIV, June 20 - Naftogaz Ukrayiny has served Gazprom with an order to freeze assets in England and Wales that was issued by the Commercial Court in London on June 18, 2018 to enforce the Stockholm arbitration award, whereby Gazprom owes Naftogaz $2.6 billion, Naftogaz said in a press release on Wednesday. | More

Tymoshenko says will run for president

KYIV, June 20 - Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko said Wednesday she will run for president in 2019, setting up a possible showdown with incumbent Petro Poroshenko, RFE/RL reported. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  17.07.2018 prev
USD 26.21 26.23
RUR 0.421 0.421
EUR 30.71 30.54

Stock Market
  16.07.2018 prev
PFTS 496.5 495.1
source: PFTS


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