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Ukraine to launch ambitious economic reforms, Zelenskiy tells World Bank leader

KYIV, Aug 27 – Ukraine will launch some of its most ambitious economic reforms yet, such as privatization of land and eliminating monopolies in the energy sector, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said Tuesday.
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Ukraine may buy Finnish armored steel to improve its BTR-4 army vehicles

KYIV, Aug 27 – Ukraine may directly buy Finnish armored protection steel to improve its BTR-4 armored personnel carriers that have suffered from poor armor, the Defense Ministry said. | More

JP Morgan improves Ukraine’s 2019 economic growth forecast to 4.3% on yr

KYIV, Aug 23 – JP Morgan analysts have improved its GDP forecast for 2019 for Ukraine to 4.3% from an earlier forecast of 3.6% along with accelerated growth in the second half of the year.
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Ukraine opposes Russia’s rejoining G7

KYIV, Aug. 22 - Ukraine's president backed leading European powers on Thursday in opposing the readmission of Russia to the Group of Seven advanced economies, saying Moscow still occupied Crimea and was frustrating peace in eastern Ukraine, Reuters reported. | More

Ukraine’s Consumer Confidence Index jumps to highest level since August 2013

KYIV, Aug 22 – The Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) in Ukraine rose to 88.0 in July, which is 5.5 points higher, than the indicator in June, and the highest figure since August 2013, according to a study of Info Sapiens posted on the website of the company. | More

Markarova, Avakov, Suprum may stay in government, MP Arakhamia

KYIV, Aug 22 – Finance Minister Oksana Markarova, Interior Minister Arsen Avakov and Healthcare Minister Ulana Suprun may stay in the Cabinet after reshuffle, David Arakhamia, a lawmaker from President Volodymyr Zelenskiy’s party, said Thursday. | More

China’s Skyrizon, Xinwei take obligations to buy 50% stake in Motor Sich

KYIV, Aug 22 – Skyrizon Aircraft, a Chinese private company, and Xinwei Technology Group in terms of seeking of over 50% of PJSC Motor Sich (Zaporizhia), undertook social and production obligations, including saving of jobs and salaries and ensuring orders on the proper for the plant level, a source in the government told Interfax-Ukraine. | More

Ukraine’s power prices may drop 10-11% in Septemder after amendments

KYIV, Aug 22 – The amendments into a resolution on public service obligations (PSO) introduced by the Cabinet of Ministers will help dropping electricity prices for non-domestic consumers by 10%-11% starting from September 1, presidential representative in the government Andriy Gerus said. | More

Minister says suggested selling of railway monopoly is ‘lame’

KYIV, Aug 22 – A proposal of presidential advisor on economic issues Oleh Ustenko to break up and sale Ukrzaliznytsia is lame, said Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan.
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Metro to launch online store for clients of HoReCa food service industry

KYIV, Aug 22 – Metro Cash & Carry Ukraine LLC (Metro C&C, Kyiv) will launch an online store for the clients of HoReCa food service industry, a company's press service said. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  20.09.2019 prev
USD 24.62 24.67
RUR 0.383 0.383
EUR 27.24 27.27

Stock Market
  19.09.2019 prev
PFTS 517.0 517.0
source: PFTS


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