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Ukrainian fashion brands struggle to enter big shopping malls, study shows

KYIV, Dec 30 - The share of local Ukrainian brands in the structure of the pool of fashion tenants of high-quality shopping and entertainment centers in Kyiv is 12%, according to a study by Colliers International (Ukraine).
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Metinvest reports revenue down 4.8% on year to $868-mln in October

KYIV, Dec 30 The revenue of Metinvest B.V. (the Netherlands), the parent company of the Metinvest mining and metallurgical group, in October decreased by 4.8%, or $44 million, compared to the previous month to $868 million from $912 million.
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Interpipe redeems $74.8-mln in 2024 eurobonds, $6.48-mln debt remains

KYIV, Dec 29 The international vertically integrated pipe and wheel company Interpipe announced the next partial redemption of 2024 eurobonds in the amount of $74.8 million, the company reported on Tuesday.
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Ukrainian starch producers struggle to compete with Belarus imports

KYIV, Dec 29 Private company Vimal and Starch Goods Orane LLC are two of the six existing starch factories in Ukraine that started work in 2020, while the rest are in a pre-default state or completely bankrupt and have huge not sold stocks of products manufactured in 2019- 2020 marketing year (MY), said director of Vimal Serhiy Samonenko.
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Former PM Groysman urges government to rebuilt middle class for growth

KYIV, Dec 28 Former Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman, in his first public appearance since his dismissal in 2019, said the government will fail to restart sustainable economic growth without rebuilding middle class in Ukraine.
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Finance Ministry may swap T-bills issued to replenish bank capital

KYIV, Dec 28 The Finance Ministry obtained the right to swap Treasury bills previously issued to replenish charter capitals of banks, for new T-bills with an adjustment of public debt ceiling, according to a Cabinet order.
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Prez suspends Constitutional Court judge

KYIV, Dec 29 - President Volodymyr Zelenskiy signed a decree on Tuesday to suspend the head of the Constitutional Court, Oleksandr Tupytskiy, for two months, Reuters reported.
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Most Ukrainians say their financial positions worsened in 2020, poll shows

KYIV, Dec 29 Majority of Ukrainians, 51.8%, said their financial positions have worsened over the past year, while 36.3% said their positions have not changed much and 8% managed to improve, a poll by the Social Monitoring Center shows.
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Lviv emerging as IT hub for startups, programmers in Ukraine

KYIV, Dec 29 - As of 2020, some 26,500 IT specialists work in Lviv, 80% of whom are technical specialists, according to the IT Research 5.0 industry study conducted by the Fama research agency at the request of Lviv IT Cluster.
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Ukraine may get first COVID-19 vaccine doses in February: ministry

KYIV, Dec 29 The Ministry of Health hopes to receive the first 150,000-200,000 doses of vaccines against coronavirus (COVID-19) disease in February and begin large-scale vaccination among doctors and military personnel in the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) zone.
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Currencies (in hryvnias)
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USD 28.06 27.97
RUR 0.382 0.379
EUR 33.99 34.04

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PFTS 498.9 498.9
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