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Ukrainians seek lower utility costs, crackdown on corruption

KYIV, April 16 Ukrainians expect from a new president in the first 100 days of his activity a price lowering in utility tariffs, the submission to parliament of bills on lifting immunity from deputies, judges and the president, as well as the start or acceleration of investigations into the most resonant corruption crimes. | More

Zelenskiy scores 48.8%, Poroshenko 17% in poll ahead of election

KYIV, April 16 Some 48.8% of Ukrainians would vote for presidential candidate Volodymyr Zelensky and 17% for incumbent President Petro Poroshenko if the second round of the presidential election was held now, according to results of a survey conducted by the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology (KIIS) from April 9 to April 14. | More

Russia's Gazprom sharply increases gas transit via Ukraine

KYIV, April 16 Russia's Gazprom in the past week sharply increased volumes of natural gas transportation to Europe using the Ukrainian pipelines by 60 million cubic meters a day or 25%, reaching around 300 million cubic meters a day, Naftogaz Ukrayiny CEO Andriy Kobolev said. | More

Groysman meets Slovak PM, says Russia must stop aggression

KYIV, April 16 Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman at a meeting with Slovak Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini has stressed the need to stop Russia's aggression, including in the energy sector. | More

Slovak companies may join Ukraine gas pipeline consortium, Pellegrini says

KYIV, April 16 Prime Minister of Slovakia Peter Pellegrini has stated that Slovak companies are interested in participating in the work of the future consortium for managing the Ukrainian gas transportation system (GTS) and plan to participate in the reconstruction of the GTS. | More

Ukraine may only accept 3GW of solar, 1.75 GW of wind power capacity

KYIV, April 16 The power system of Ukraine, without limiting the output of nuclear power plants or renewable energy sources and without introducing new regulatory capacities, can accept 3 GW of solar power plants and 1.75 GW of wind power stations. | More

Geneva court orders Russia to pay $44.4-mln to Ukrnafta in Crimea compensation

KYIV, April 16 The International Court of Arbitration (Geneva) has ordered to pay $44.4 million by the Russian Federation in favor of public joint-stock company Ukrnafta as compensation for the seizure of the company's assets in annexed Crimea. | More

Kyiv ranks 34th in tech startup rating out of 1,000 cities around world

KYIV, April 16 Kyiv ranked 34th in the StartupBlink service rating compiled from more than 1,000 startup cities in the world, having risen from the 63rd place in two years, the UNIT.City Innovation Park, which is a partner of StartupBlink in Ukraine, has said. | More

Ukraine sues Russia to release sailors

KYIV, April 16 - Ukraine has filed a request with a United Nations tribunal seeking the release of 24 Ukrainian sailors and three vessels captured by Russia in the Kerch Straight in November 2018. | More

Kyiv court delays Privatbank nationalization case until after presidential vote

KYIV, April 16 Kyiv's business court took a break until after presidential election to decide the fate of Privatbank, once the countrys largest bank that was nationalized in 2016. | 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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