THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 2019
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S-Engineering to make solar panels after deal with AEG Power Solutions

KYIV, March 13 S-Engineering LLC production company (Odesa) at the end of February signed a licensing agreement with AEG Power Solutions, which will provide it with the exclusive right to manufacture solar converters using AEG PS technology. | More

Naftogaz board asks Cabinet not to replace CEO Kobolev until March 2020

KYIV, March 13 The supervisory board of Naftogaz Ukraine has proposed the Cabinet of Ministers to extend the powers of company head Andriy Kobolev until March 22, 2020. | More

Ukrainian army receives 50 new BMP-1 infantry fighting vehicles

KYIV, March 13 The Ukrainian Armed Forces in 2018 received 50 units of the BMP-1 infantry fighting vehicle purchased under a government defense contract from European Union partners, the state foreign trade enterprise Spetstechnoexport has said. | More

Ukraine suspends flights of Boeing 737-8 MAX aircraft until investigation complete

KYIV, March 13 The State Aviation Service of Ukraine, in connection with the crash of Boeing 737-8 MAX aircraft, the exact causes of which are still being investigated, has decided to suspend the flights of Boeing 737-8 MAX and 737-9 MAX aircraft in Ukraine. | More

NBU leaves key interest rate unchanged

KYIV, March 14 - Ukraine left its main interest rate unchanged at 18 percent on Thursday to help bring inflation down to its target level, the central bank said, at the last monetary policy meeting before a presidential election on March 31, Reuters reported. | More

Prosecutor General confirms officials involvement in defense sector corruption

KYIV, March 13 The son of ex-First Deputy Secretary of Ukraine's National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) Oleh Hladkovsky, Ihor Hladkovsky, participated in illegal schemes in the defense industry, Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko said. | More

Mariupol port loses 33% of fleet traffic due to Russias Kerch Strait bridge

KYIV, March 14 The Mariupol port has lost 33% of its fleet and up to 140,000 tons of exported metal products a month due to construction of a bridge across the Kerch Strait and the restrictions on passage of ship, which height exceeds 33 meters, imposed after its construction, according to a posting on the Facebook page of Ukraine's Ministry for Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons (IDP). | More

Odesa Port-Side Plant at standstill amid gas supply arguments with Ukrtransgaz

KYIV, March 14 Odesa Port-Side Plant cannot resume operations as Ukrtransgaz (UTG) did not agree to supply required volume of gas, First Deputy Acting Board Chairman of Odesa Port-Side Plant Mykola Schurikov said on Wednesday. | More

U.S. to assign $250 million for Ukraine to boost security, defense in 2020

KYIV, March 13 The draft defense budget of the United States for 2020 may assign $250 million for Ukraine to strengthen the security and defense of the country, the Ukrainian Embassy to the U.S. said. | More

Ukraines fiscal service allows firms to pay VAT in installments

KYIV, March 12 The State Fiscal Service has reported that the authority made four decisions permitted paying VAT in installments for imports of equipment worth EUR 0.4 million and in February 2019, while as of March 1, 2019, a total of 82 decisions were made for the amount of EUR 7.7 million and $1.4 million. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  21.03.2019 prev
USD 27.17 27.16
RUR 0.423 0.422
EUR 30.85 30.85

Stock Market
  20.03.2019 prev
PFTS 554.5 566.5
source: PFTS


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