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Ukraine seeking to open ownership of television service providers

KYIV, Oct 4 Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada at a plenary session on Thursday passed at second reading bill No. 2035 on the provision of transparency of ownership structure of television program service providers of multi-channel digital video broadcasting networks with the nationwide coverage. | More

Ukraine's seaports rapidly increase imports of diesel fuel on Russian ban

KYIV, Oct 4 Ukraine's seaports, whose share in import deliveries of diesel fuel is rapidly growing amid the introduction of duties on Russian resources supplied by pipeline, will have to accept a record volume of diesel fuel in the amount of 150,000 tons in October, director of A-95 Consulting Group (Kyiv) Serhiy Kuyun said. | More

Gazproms new gas transit plan idea is illogical, Naftogaz says

KYIV, Oct 3 Gazprom's statement regarding the need to sign a new gas supply contract is illogical in light of the non-fulfillment of the current contact, Naftogaz Ukrayiny Executive Director Yuriy Vitrenko said. | More

Ukrainian cement producers boost output after Russian imports ban

KYIV, Oct 3 Antidumping duties on clinker and Portland cement from Russia, Belarus and Moldova introduced by Ukraine in the summer of 2019 served as an incentive to increase the load and production volumes of Ukrainian cement plants, market participants surveyed by the Interfax-Ukraine agency have said. | More

Ukraine wants candidates in Donbas vote

KYIV, Oct 3 - President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Thursday that Ukrainian candidates should take part in an election that is expected to be held in the east of the country, currently controlled by pro-Russian rebels, Reuters reported. | More

NBU shells outs $180-mln to support hryvnias on forex market: Raiffeisen

KYIV, Oct 3 The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) on Wednesday held interventions for $150-180 million to support the hryvnia exchange rate, Head of the Debt Transaction Department at Raiffeisen Bank Aval Yuriy Hrynenko said. | More

Oxford Economics revises up Ukraines GDP growth to 3.4% in 2019

KYIV, Oct 2 Oxford Economics analysts have improved the forecast for Ukraine's economic growth in 2019 from 2.7% to 3.4% amid a general recovery in the economic situation and the appointment of a new government, but worsened the forecast for 2021-2022. | More

Ukrainian minister expects Russia to unlock coal supplies to Luhansk

KYIV, Oct 3 Energy and Environmental Protection Minister Oleksiy Orzhel expects that Russian coal supplies will soon be unlocked to the Luhansk thermal power plant (TPP, DTEK Skhidenergo LLC) operating as the isolated "island." | More

Senior lawmaker seeks to impose duties on power imports from Russia

KYIV, Oct 3 Head of the energy committee of the Verkhovna Rada Andriy Gerus has proposed that the Cabinet of Ministers introduces the special duty on imports of electricity from Russia. | More

Court rules Zhevaho must return UAH 1.539-bln for Bank Finance and Credit

KYIV, Oct 2 Kyiv's Shevchenkivsky District Court on October 1 ruled to recover UAH 1.539 billion from the former owner of Bank Finance and Credit, Kostiantyn Zhevaho, in favor of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) to repay the bank's debt on the previously issued refinancing loans, the NBU said on its website. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  11.10.2019 prev
USD 24.53 24.70
RUR 0.379 0.379
EUR 27.06 27.12

Stock Market
  10.10.2019 prev
PFTS 525.7 526.2
source: PFTS


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