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Russia may use Nord Stream 2 to put pressure on Europe, Poroshenko says

KYIV, Sept 25 The Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project is a geopolitical tool of pressure on Western Europe, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said in an interview with German newspaper Rheinische Post. | More

Ukrainian steel firms worry about Turkish import quota restrictions

KYIV, Sept 25 The Ukrmetallurgprom association has expressed concern about the introduction of preliminary safeguard measures on imports of rolled steel irrespective of its origin and exports by the Ministry of Customs and Trade of Turkey. | More

Ukraine seeks to sell aircraft, naval equipment in Africa

KYIV, Sept 25 Ukraine is preparing for expanding defense cooperation with the countries of African region in the sphere of aircraft repair. | More

Ukraine may import oilseeds to keep sunflower seed crushing busy

KYIV, Sept 25 The sunflower seed crushing facilities in Ukraine in the new season could reach 22 million tons a year, and seed production would be 14-15 million tons, the UkrAgroConsult analytical agency has said in a report. | More

Germany may help finance construction of Mariupol-Zaporizhia highway: minister

KYIV, Sept 25 Germany could finance construction of the Mariupol-Zaporizhia highway, Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan wrote on his Facebook page on Monday. | More

Kyiv city mulls EUR 30-mln in funding to finish Darnytsky Bridge

KYIV, Sept 25 The cost of the completion of the Darnytsky Bridge in Kyiv is around EUR 30 million, and the bridge should be transferred to the balance sheet of the Kyiv City Administration, Deputy Infrastructure Minister Viktor Dovhan said during the public business discussion entitled "Investing in Transport Infrastructure of Ukraine: Opportunities, Challenges, Solutions" held in Kyiv on Monday. | More

Ukraine's economy seen expanding 3.1% in 2018, 3% in 2019: ministry

KYIV, Sept 24 Ukraine's GDP in 2018 is expected to grow by 3.1% amid 9.5% inflation (December over December) and the growth is expected to slightly slow in 2019 to 3.0% amid 7.4% inflation, according to an updated consensus forecast released by Ukraine's Ministry of Economic Development and Trade on Monday. | More

Ukraine ups reserves in underground gas storage facilities to 15.81 Bcm

KYIV, Sept 24 - Ukraine has raised natural gas reserves in its underground storage facilities (UGS) by 8.374 billion cubic meters (bcm) after the end of the heating season, JSC Ukrtransgaz has said. | More

DTEK Energy enters into debt restructuring agreement

KYIV, Sept 24 - DTEK Energy has entered into an agreement with a lender on the long-term restructuring of its obligations, the energy holding said on Euronext Dublin, Ireland's main stock exchange, on September 21. | More

Ukraine, Russia may clash in Sea of Azov

KYIV, Sept. 24 - Ukraine and Russia intensified standoff as the Sea of Azov is becoming a new area of contention increasing military presence in the area, Stratfor, a private U.S. strategic analysis firm, reported Monday. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  22.10.2018 prev
USD 28.18 28.04
RUR 0.428 0.427
EUR 32.32 32.26

Stock Market
  19.10.2018 prev
PFTS 559.8 560.4
source: PFTS


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