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Ukraines real wages increase 9.5% on year in July 2019, committee reports

KYIV, Aug 29 Real wages in Ukraine in July 2019 increased by 9.5% year-over-year, while compared with June 2019 increased by 2.4%, the State Statistics Service has reported. | More

Ukraines Justice Ministry appeals Russias court ruling on Tatneft

KAZAN, Aug 29 Ukraine's Justice Ministry has appealed to Russia's Supreme Court decisions of lower courts in a case involving $112 million in compensation for Tatneft. | More

Interpipe secures consent from bond investors to restructure debts

KYIV, Aug 28 The Interpipe international vertically integrated pipe and wheel company has obtained consent of the majority of creditors for restructuring of the company's debt on its 2017 bonds. | More

Impulse Plant to make spare parts for artillery ammunition, missiles soon

KYIV, Aug 28 The newest production center is being completed at Shostka-based Impulse Plant (part of the Ukroboronprom State Concern). Production of spare parts required for the completion of the creation of a closed artillery ammunition and missile weapons production cycle will start there soon, Director General of Ukroboronprom Pavlo Bukin has said. | More

Ukrenergo notifies Russia about tribunal over assets seized in Crimea

KYIV, Aug 28 Private joint-stock company Ukrenergo on August 27 notified Russia about the transfer of demands in a dispute over the illegal seizure of the company's infrastructure facilities in Crimea to the arbitration tribunal. | More

Trump delays military aid to Ukraine

WASHINGTON, Aug. 28 - The Trump administration is slow-walking $250 million in military assistance to Ukraine, annoying U.S. lawmakers and advocates who argue the funding is critical to keeping Russia at bay, Politico reported Wednesday. | More

Ukraine releases Russian journalist from custody ahead of prisoner swap

KYIV, Aug. 28 - A court in Ukraine ordered jailed Russian journalist Kirill Vyshinskiy to be freed on bail and released from custody, as Moscow and Kyiv hold behind-the-scenes talks on a possible prisoner swap, Reuters reported. | More

Lawmakers prepare IMF-backed bill to reform regulation of finance sector

KYIV, Aug 28 The parliamentary committee on finance, taxation and customs policy will submit to the Verkhovna Rada a "split" bill among measures regulating the finance sector for consideration in the second reading, candidate for heading the committee Danylo Hetmantsev said. | More

DTEK Skhidenergo switches to just one power unit to cut gas usage

KYIV, Aug 28 DTEK Skhidenergo LLC on August 25 switched its Luhanska thermal power plant to just one electrical power unit operation to reduce volumes of natural gas consumption, DTEK press service reported.
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Zelenskiy assures World Bank president Ukraine to speed up reforms

KYIV, Aug 27 President Volodymyr Zelenskiy during a meeting with World Bank President David Malpass has confirmed his intention to carry out land reform, complete the unbundling of Naftogaz, demonopolize the economy and state-owned enterprises, and respect the independence of the National Bank. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
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USD 24.62 24.67
RUR 0.383 0.383
EUR 27.24 27.27

Stock Market
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PFTS 517.0 517.0
source: PFTS


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