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Ukraines trade balance deficit to grow to $14.92-bln in 2020

KYIV, July 4 The deficit of Ukraine's balance of trade in 2020 would grow from $13.78 billion to $14.92 billion in 2021 and $16.11 billion in 2022. | More

Ukraine expects Russia to cut gas supplies in early 2020: Naftogaz

KYIV, July 4 Ukraine should prepare for the full termination of Russian gas transit from early 2020, although the preparations are endangered over the decline in own gas production, in particular, by Naftogaz-managed company Ukrgazvydobuvannia, Executive Director of national joint-stock company Naftogaz Ukrainy Yuriy Vitrenko has said. | More

Ukraines imported used car regulations up 6 times to 250,1000 in H1

KYIV, July 4 - The primary registrations of imported used cars in Ukraine in January-June 2019 totaled 250,100, which is almost six times more than a year ago, the Ukrautoprom association has reported. | More

BlaBlaCar names Ukraine one of top three fastest growing markets

KYIV, July 4 The BlaBlaCar carpooling service has named Ukraine among top three countries in terms of the service development pace: in January-June 2019, the Ukrainian community of BlaBlaCar passed the five billion mark, the press service of the service has reported. | More

Nemo dolphinarium under construction in Kyiv near Art Mall

KYIV, July 4 The new Nemo dolphinarium with a hotel is being built on a land parcel of around 1 ha near Art Mall shopping and entertainment center located at 37, Zabolotnoho Street in Kyiv. | More

Pope tells Ukraine to persevere on hope

VATICAN CITY, July 6 - One day after his private audience with Vladimir Putin, Pope Francis met Friday with leaders of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, encouraging them to persevere in hope and prayer amid the conflict in Donbas. | More

First U.S. oil shipment to Ukraine breaks thru Russian energy dominance

KYIV, July 7 - Ukraine received the first ever shipment of U. S. crude oil on Saturday, alleviating the countrys dependence on Russian energy, officials reported. | More

Moodys changes Ukraines banking system outlook to stable from positive

KYIV, July 5 - Moody's Investors Service after upgrading the sovereign rating of Ukraine and its banks and changing their outlook to stable in 2018 has also changed its outlook for Ukraine's banking system to stable from positive.
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Ukraine increases 2020 debt payment assessment to UAH 351-bln

KYIV, July 4 Ukraine's Finance Ministry as of early July reviewed upwards the assessment of payments on repaying and servicing the state debt in 2020 to UAH 351.88 billion, which is UAH 16.08 billion more compared with the forecast published early June and UAH 52 billion compared with the early 2019 forecast. | More

Zelenskiy assures World Bank official of upcoming massive privatization

KYIV, July 3 President Volodymyr Zelensky at a meeting with World Bank Vice-President for Europe and Central Asia Cyril Muller assured him of upcoming massive privatization in Ukraine. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  23.07.2019 prev
USD 25.64 25.82
RUR 0.407 0.411
EUR 28.76 28.98

Stock Market
  22.07.2019 prev
PFTS 545.1 545.1
source: PFTS


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