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U.S. Deputy Secretary of State tells Ukraine to fight corruption

KYIV, Feb 22 - U.S. Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan stresses that the fight against corruption is no less important for Ukraine than the fight against Russian aggression. | More

Ukraine barely improves standing in 2017 Corruption Perception Index

KYIV, Feb 22 - Ukraine barely improved its standing in the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) in 2017, climbing to 130th place (among 180 countries) from 131st a year ago, according to a report by Transparency International. | More

EU shuts down Ukraine border projects

KIEV, Feb. 22 - The European Union is shutting down a border checkpoint scheme with Ukraine, deepening doubts about Kyivs ability to deliver reforms in return for billions in European aid, Reuters reported. | More

Border service bars Saakashvili from entering Ukraine for three years

KYIV, Feb. 22 - Ukraine's border service has banned Mikheil Saakashvili from entering Ukraine for three years, days after he was expelled from the country, RFE/RL reported Wednesday. | More

U.S. citizen joining Ukroboronprom board to boost transparency: Poroshenko

KYIV, Feb 22 - The participation of U.S. representative Anthony Tether in the supervisory board of the Ukroboronprom State Concern will contribute to the transparency of the state concern's work, President Petro Poroshenko said. | More

Horizon Capital to invest up to $200-mln in Ukraine within five years

KYIV, Feb 21 - Horizon Capital, which manages $500 million in assets with private equity funds, plans to invest $100-200 million in Ukraine within the next five years, Horizon Capital founder and CEO Lenna Koszarny said. | More

Ukraine denies reports EU scrapped border project funding

KYIV, Feb 21 Ukraines State Fiscal Service on Wednesday denied media reports that the European Union (EU) had scrapped financing of infrastructure projects on the Ukrainian border due to corruption. | More

Bakhmatiuk, Zhevago agree to repay debts owned to bankrupt banks

KYIV, Feb 20 Two former owners of major Ukrainian banks that went bankrupt have agreed to repay their debts alleviating the pressure on the state deposit guarantee fund, a senior official said. | More

Naftogaz to reduce natural gas prices in order to stay competitive

KYIV, Feb 20 - Naftogaz Ukrainy from March 1, 2018 will reduce the price of gas sold to industrial consumers on a prepayment basis by 14.1% (by UAH 1,300) compared to February, to UAH 7,896 for 1,000 cubic meters (including VAT). | More

Ukrainian firms to boost IT security after Russian cyber attacks

KYIV, Feb 20 More than 90% of large Ukrainian companies see the need to boost spending on IT security following several devastating cyber attacks from Russia last year, an opinion poll indicated. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  16.03.2018 prev
USD 26.27 26.01
RUR 0.461 0.456
EUR 32.42 32.18

Stock Market
  15.03.2018 prev
PFTS 351.2 353.2
source: PFTS


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