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Diesel fuel import duty to increase costs of iron ore-dressing companies

KYIV, Feb 18 The introduction of a duty on imports of diesel fuel to Ukraine would boost spending of ore-dressing and processing enterprises of the country by UAH 600-700 million a year, Oleksandr Kalenkov, the president of Ukrmetallurgprom, the steel making association, said Tuesday. | More

Imperial Tobacco fights UAH 400-mln fine imposed by Ukraine

KYIV, Feb 19 Imperial Tobacco in Ukraine is working out available legal tools to protect the company in the litigation related to the fine of UAH 460 million imposed by the Antimonopoly Committee, Country General Manager of Imperial Tobacco in Ukraine Rastislav Cernak said. | More

Ukraines LED lamps imports double to $1.26-bln in 2019, official says

KYIV, Feb 18 The leader in the pace of growth of imports to Ukraine in 2019 were LED lamps, which were imported for the amount of $1.262 billion, which is almost twice more than in 2018, Deputy Minister of Economic Development, Trade and Agriculture, Ukraine's Trade Representative Taras Kachka said. | More

Ukraines GHG emission rules may halt exports of rapeseed, corn to EU

KYIV, Feb 18 The absence of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reporting during production crops in the near term could halt Ukrainian export of rapeseeds and corn to the European Union (EU) market, the Ukrainian Grain Association (UGA) has said. | More

Ukrainians to fly from Wuhan are healthy

KYIV, Feb 19 All 48 Ukrainian and 29 foreign citizens, who were registered for evacuation from Wuhan, came for departure and appear to be healthy, State Secretary of the Foreign Ministry Andriy Zayats said Wednesday. | More

Ukraine must grow at 6% for 20 years to achieve Polands level: IMF official

KYIV, Feb 19 Ukraine needs to ensure growth by an average of 6% per year over the course of 20 years to achieve Poland's current level, while partial reforms and an average growth rate of 4% will only solve this problem by half, IMF Resident Representative in Ukraine Goesta Ljungman said. | More

BofA sees Ukraines GDP adding 1.5 p.p after reintegration of Donbas

KYIV, Feb 18 The potential reintegration of Donbas might add up to 1.5 percentage points (pp) to Ukraine's GDP growth during two or three years, Bank of America (BofA) has said in its analytical review. | More

PrivatBank cuts interest rates 2-3 points for lending to small businesses

KYIV, Feb 19 - PrivatBank, Ukraines largest bank, cut basic interest rates for all programs for lending to entrepreneurs and small businesses by 2-3 percentage points (p.p.) beginning from February 14, the bank reported. | More

Soldier killed as Donbas fighting escalates

KYIV, Feb 18 - A Ukrainian soldier was killed and four others injured on Tuesday when heavy fighting erupted in eastern Ukraine, the country's military said, as it and Russian-backed separatists blamed each other for the flare-up, Reuters reported. | More

Government plans to create 200,000 new jobs in 2020, PM Honcharuk says

KYIV, Feb 18 The government will aim to create at least 200,000 new jobs in Ukraine by the end of the year and to reduce time for anyone searching for a job to two months, Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk said. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  27.02.2020 prev
USD 24.65 24.53
RUR 0.377 0.375
EUR 26.80 26.60

Stock Market
  26.02.2020 prev
PFTS 533.1 533.1
source: PFTS


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