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Poroshenko orders N Korea rocket probe

KYIV, Aug. 17 - President Petro Poroshenko has ordered an urgent investigation into a contested report that a factory in Ukraine may have supplied powerful missile engines to North Korea in breach of international sanctions, The Irish Times reported Thursday. | More

Ukrzaliznytsia now sees lower profits after Polish reformer quits company

KYIV, Aug 16 Ukrzaliznytsia, the state railroad company, published revised draft of financial plan for 2017 suggesting net profit may decline to UAH 59.8 million by the end of the year, down from UAH 1.2 billion previously projected. | More

Ministrys order on hazardous cargo may disrupt fuel market in September

KYIV, Aug 17 The order of Ukraine's Infrastructure Ministry on the specifics of transportation of hazardous freight by rail could block operation of the fuel market from September, the Ukrainian Oil & Gas Association has said. | More

Key hacker works with FBI on Russia probe

KYIV, Aug. 16 A Ukrainian hacker, whose PAS Web shell malware was used by Russian state sponsored hacking team to attack U.S. elections in 2016, has turned himself in to Ukrainian authorities, The New York Times reported Wednesday. | More

Saakashvili plans to return to Ukraine Sept. 10 despite warnings from officials

KYIV, Aug. 16 - Mikheil Saakashvili, the former Georgian president and ex-governor of Ukraine's Odesa region who was stripped of his Ukrainian citizenship in July, says he plans to return to Kyiv next month, RFE/RL reported Wednesday. | More

Rating agencies asked to create committee to identify conflicts of interest

KYIV, Aug 16 The National Commission for Securities and the Stock Market has asked authorized rating agencies to create a new body the rating committee as part of an organized structure. | More

Russia may be testing new GPS weapon

KYIV, Aug 15 - Russia may be testing a new system for spoofing GPS after at least 20 ships have recently reported serious navigation problems in the Black Sea, New Scientist reported. | More

PM Groysman pledges to continue reforms by decentralizing governance

KYIV, Aug 15 - Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman pledged Ukraine will continue reforming the government by supporting decentralization and public administration, a program financed by international partners, such as Germany. | More

Ukraines improving business expectations boost Q2 GDP growth to 2.4%

KYIV, Aug 15 - The Ministry of Economic Development and Trade has stated improvement of business expectations and a higher consumer activity contributed to a 2.4% economic growth in the second quarter of 2017, according to the ministry's website. | More

Russia may be linked to N Korean missiles

KYIV, Aug. 14 - Russia may have secretly supplied rocket engines to North Korea helping the country improve its missile technology to challenge the U.S., Ukrainian security officials and lawmakers said Monday. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  21.08.2017 prev
USD 25.49 25.51
RUR 0.429 0.431
EUR 29.93 29.83

Stock Market
  18.08.2017 prev
PFTS 286.5 287.3
source: PFTS


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