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Ukraine loses traffic in transit dispute with Russia at WTO panel

KYIV, April 5 Ukraine has lost a dispute in relation to measures concerning traffic in transit taken by Russia in the World Trade Organization (WTO) at the level of panel of arbiters. | More

Ukraines coal stocks up 16.4% from a year ago: Energy and Coal Industry Ministry

KYIV, April 5 Coal stocks at thermal power plants (TPPs) of generating companies as of April 5, 2019 totaled 1.555 million tons, which is 16.4% more than a year ago, on April 2, 2018, according to information from the Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine. | More

Russia to test hybrid war tools after Ukraine election: Volker

KYIV, April 5 Regardless of who becomes the winner of the presidential election in Ukraine, the Russian Federation will continue testing it with tools of its hybrid war, U.S. State Department Special Representative for Ukraine Negotiations Kurt Volker said. | More

Ukrainian rivals take alcohol, drug tests

KYIV, April 5 - Ukraine's two remaining presidential candidates took highly public alcohol and drug tests on Friday, as part of an escalating series of challenges delivered on social media, NPR reported. | More

Ukraines new missile launcher Vilkha M hits targets at better range

KYIV, April 5 - The missiles used with the newly modernized Vilkha M system can destroy targets at a twice longer distance than those that the Ukrainian Armed Forces currently have in their inventory, Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council Secretary Oleksandr Turchynov said following tests at a range in Odesa region on April 4. | More

World Bank worsens Ukraines growth forecast to 2.7% in 2019

KYIV, April 5 The World Bank has worsened the forecast for the growth of Ukraine's gross domestic product (GDP) in 2019 to 2.7% from 2.9%, according to the April review of the World Bank "Europe and Central Asia Economic Update, Spring 2019: Financial Inclusion." | More

Moody's see no impact on economic policy if Zelenskiy wins vote

KYIV, April 4 The Moody's international rating agency does not expect that Volodymyr Zelensky's potential victory in the second round of the presidential election will have a direct impact on Ukraine's economic or fiscal policy, since the prime minister, the ministers of finance, economic development and trade, among others, are appointed and subordinated to the parliament. | More

Poroshenko seeks to accelerate building 2 nuclear power units at Khmelnytskiy

KYIV, April 5 President Petro Poroshenko has instructed the Cabinet of Ministers in the shortest possible time to submit to Parliament a draft law on the design and construction of power units Nos. 3 and 4 at Khmelnytsky nuclear power plant (NPP). | More

Most Ukrainians want presidential candidates to hold public debates

KYIV, April 4 - Nearly three quarters of Ukrainians - 73.5% - believe the presidential candidates to compete in the second round of the presidential election must hold public debates. | More

Yatseniuks Security Forum to draw record number of participants

KYIV, April 4 - Former Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuks Foundation "Discover Ukraine" will hold Kyiv Security Forum on April 11-12 for what is expected to be a record number of participates, the foundation reported. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  18.04.2019 prev
USD 26.69 26.72
RUR 0.417 0.416
EUR 30.16 30.21

Stock Market
  17.04.2019 prev
PFTS 538.5 534.1
source: PFTS


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