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Ukraine may sell more arms to Asia, Middle East after Russia sanctions

KYIV, June 4 Ukraine may benefit from selling more arms to South-East Asia and Middle East after the U.S. has targeted Russian weapons makers with sanctions, the head of the state defense group Ukroboronprom said.
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Poroshenko says gas import diversification to help national security

KYIV, June 4 President Petro Poroshenko has said the diversification of sources of gas supplies to Ukraine is a matter of national security. | More

People leaving Ukraine pose threat to e-commerce business

KYIV, June 1 The outflow of population from Ukraine is a real threat to the development of e-commerce market, the founder of In Time Serhiy Hrachev said at a press conference on the occasion of the company's 16th anniversary on Thursday. | More

Ukrtransgaz warns police about growing debts of Odessa Portside Plant

KYIV, May 31 The state gas shipping company Ukrtransgaz appealed to the National Police asking to interfere in the situation with rapidly growing debts of public joint-stock company Odesa Port-Side Plant and the preparation of the plant's products for exports by unidentified persons. | More

Zaporizhia plant to use Westinghouse nuclear fuel in four out of six reactors

KYIV, May 31 The state nuclear power generating company Energoatom plans to fully load Westinghouse fuel to four reactors of Zaporizhia nuclear power plant (NPP) in 2019-2021, the press service of the company reported after a meeting of the panel for the installation of Westinghouse fuel assemblies at Ukrainian NPPs. | More

Lithuania's BT Invest finishes food court restyling Retroville shopping mall

KYIV, May 31 - Stolitsa Group investment and developing company, which is part of Lithuania's BT Invest, jointly with Colliers International (Ukraine) has finished the restyling of the food court and restaurant zone in the Retroville shopping and entertainment center located at 47, Pravdy Avenue in Kyiv. The mall will be opened in 2019. | More

Jailed Russian reporter asks Putin for help

KYIV, June 1 - The jailed head of RIA Novosti-Ukraine, Kirill Vyshinsky, has appealed to both the Russian and Ukrainian presidents for help in his case and declared that he has given up his Ukrainian citizenship, RFE/RL reported. | More

Finance Minister, after clash with PM, send letter to European Commission

KYIV, June 1 Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman believes the letter of Ukrainian Finance Minister Oleksandr Danyliuk to G7 ambassadors about a conflict with the prime minister is unacceptable. | More

Businesses see corrupt law enforcement as main threat to financial system

KYIV, June 1 The key risks for the financial system of Ukraine are corruption, activities of law enforcement agencies and the judicial system, according to a poll conducted by the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU). | More

Kyiv court bars NMCS from labor dispute at ArcelorMittal Kryvy Rih

KYIV, June 1 The district administrative court of Kyiv has banned the National Mediation and Conciliation Service (NMCS), other agencies and individuals to hold talks and make decisions in a collective labor dispute between employees and employer ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  21.06.2018 prev
USD 26.48 26.45
RUR 0.416 0.413
EUR 30.65 30.50

Stock Market
  20.06.2018 prev
PFTS 454.3 458.8
source: PFTS


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