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Owners of illegally imported clunkers protest new tax legislation

KYIV, Nov 20 Thousands of Ukrainian motorists that own illegally imported European-registered clunkers are protesting legislation that requires them to pay tax and legalize registration in the country. | More

U.K to deploy forces, ship to Ukraine

LONDON, Nov 21 The U.K. will send an unspecified number of British forces to Ukraine to train Ukrainian special forces and marines early next year, adding to the 100 personnel currently in the country. | More

Ukraine asks EU to approve seed certification in hopes to boost exports

KYIV, Nov 21 Ukrainian farmers, via an industry lobby group, asked the European Union to speed up recognition of the countrys seed certification system in a bid to accelerate agriculture exports. | More

Former PM buys Poroshenkos shipbuilding plant Kuznya for $300-mln

KYIV, Nov 20 Former Deputy Prime Minister Serhiy Tigipko, now a wealthy entrepreneur, is estimated to have paid $300 million to acquire Kyiv-based shipbuilding plant owned by President Petro Poroshenko, industry sources said. | More

EBRD says will suspend financing solar power projects in Ukraine

KYIV, Nov 20 - The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will suspend financing solar projects in Ukraine until further notice, Olga Yeriomina, senior banker of the EBRD's energy department, said. | More

New virus targets government computers

KYIV, Nov 20 Ukrainian intelligence service and computer emergency response team detected a new strain of computer virus targeting computers at government agencies, perhaps indicating an imminent attack. | More

Former PM Yatseniuks ally accused of embezzling $17.29-mln via uranium imports

KYIV, Nov 20 An ally of former Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk is accused of embezzling $17.29 million through controversial transaction while importing uranium from Kazakhstan, officials said Tuesday. | More

Ireland's Ryanair to invest $1.5-bln in Ukraine within five years

KYIV, Nov 20 Ireland's low-cost airline Ryanair plans to invest $1.5 billion in Ukraine in three to five years, expanding its fleet to 15 planes and passenger traffic to 5 million people, Ryanair Chief Commercial Officer David O'Brien said at a meeting with President Petro Poroshenko on Tuesday. | More

Ukrainian, Polish candidates win nominations to Energy Efficiency Fund

KYIV, Nov 20 Candidates from Ukraine and Poland has won a tender to select independent members of the supervisory board of state-owned institution Energy Efficiency Fund. | More

Prices increase as wholesale traders face tomato shortage in Ukraine

KYIV, Nov 20 Ukrainian wholesale traders have faced difficulties with buying the required volumes of tomatoes, and some of them claim shortage of these products on the market, the Ukrainian Horticultural Association reported. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  07.12.2018 prev
USD 27.88 27.98
RUR 0.418 0.419
EUR 31.65 31.76

Stock Market
  06.12.2018 prev
PFTS 575.6 576.3
source: PFTS


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