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Ukraines economic growth slows to 3.3% in 2019 vs. 3.4% in 2018

KYIV, Feb 4 Growth of Ukraine's GDP in 2019 slowed from 3.4% in 2018 to 3.3%, while the drivers of this growth have changed, the Ministry of Economic Development, Trade and Agriculture of Ukraine said on Tuesday. | More

Ukraine lists Energoatom, Ukrnergo, Ukrhydroenergo as not up for grabs

KYIV, Feb 4 The list of enterprises, 100% stakes in which are to be left in ownership of the state, according to bill No. 2831, includes nclear power generator Energoatom, hydro-power producer Ukrhydroenergo, power grid Ukrenergo and gas pipeline operator Mahistralni Gazoprovody Ukrayiny (MGU). | More

Ukraine receives six bids for development of three oil and gas fields

KYIV, Feb 4 Six applications to participate in tenders to develop Hrunivske, Okhtyrske and Ichnianske fields under production sharing agreements (PSA) have been submitted to the interagency commission for organization of the signing and implementation of PSA. | More

Ukraines agri-food exports up 19% on year to $22.2-bln in 2019

KYIV, Feb 4 Exports of agri-food products from Ukraine amounted to $22.2 billion last year, which is 19% more than in 2018, the Ukrainian Agribusiness Club (UCAB) has reported on its website. | More

SBU raids 1+1 TV on wiretap investigation

KYIV, Feb 5 - Ukraine's security service said on Wednesday it had searched an office of the "1+1" TV channel over what it said it was an illegal wiretap that nearly led to the resignation of the prime minister, Reuters reported. | More

UkraineInvest helps investors channel $1.15-bln in renewable energy projects

KYIV, Feb 5 Ukraines state agency UkraineInvest helped investors direct $1.15 billion in investments into renewable energy projects over the past two years, the Energy Reform portal has reported. | More

Ukraine to boost low-interest loans to small businesses for jobs

KYIV, Feb 5 President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said the governments program to accelerate lending to small and medium-size businesses will help generate jobs and boost economic expansion within the next five years. | More

Ukraine boosts 9.4% exports of vegetables, fruits, berries in 2019

KYIV, Feb 5 The export of vegetables, fruits, berries and nuts, fresh, frozen and dried brought Ukraine $339 million in revenue last year, which is 9.4% more than in 2018, and 20.1% more than in 2017. | More

Ukraine wins WTO dispute with Russia

GENEVA, Feb 4 - The World Trade Organization (WTO) recommended on Tuesday that Russia bring some of its measures blocking imports of Ukrainian railway equipment into conformity with global trading rules in the final ruling in a dispute between the two countries, Reuters reported. | More

Ukraines businesses grow pessimistic as expectation index falls 8.3 points

KYIV, Feb 4 The Business Expectations Index, which characterizes the improvement (from 50 to 100) or worsening (from 50 to 0) of expectations compared to the previous month, in January 2020 decreased by 8.3 points, to the level of 40.3, the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) said on Facebook. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  25.02.2020 prev
USD 24.50 24.45
RUR 0.375 0.380
EUR 26.51 26.41

Stock Market
  24.02.2020 prev
PFTS 527.6 527.6
source: PFTS


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