FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 2018
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IMF attacks Ukraines anti-corruption bill

KIEV, Jan. 15 - The International Monetary Fund has told the Ukrainian authorities that it does not support a draft law to create an anti-corruption court because the bill does not guarantee its independence, the newspaper Ukrainska Pravda reported on Monday. | More

Mnuchin, Danyliuk discuss economic reform, IMF cooperation, corruption

KYIV, Jan 15 U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin and Finance Minister Oleksandr Danyliuk discussed the course of economic reforms in Ukraine and their support, U.S. sanctions policy, the status of cooperation with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), progress in combating corruption and initiatives for the improvement of business climate in the past three years at a meeting in Washington at the end of last week. | More

Ukraines Malyshev Plant ships Oplot battle tanks to Thailand

KYIV, Jan 15 Ukraines state tank producer Malyshev Plant has shipped another batch of Oplot battle tanks, built within the contract worth over $240 million signed in 2011, to Thailand, while the completion of the contract with the Thai customer is scheduled for the first quarter of 2018, the press service of Ukroboronprom state concern has said. | More

One killed, 4 wounded in Donbas clashes

KYIV, Jan. 12 - Ukraine's military said that one of its soldiers was killed and four wounded in clashes that took place in the eastern part of the country during the previous 24 hours, RFE/RL reported Friday. | More

80% of Ukrainians believe government has failed to fight corruption

KYIV, Jan 12 - The overwhelming majority of the population of Ukraine (80%) consider the fight against corruption in the country to be unsuccessful, while 46% regard it as a complete failure, according to a sociological survey conducted by the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation along with the Razumkov Center's sociological service. | More

Government cancels earlier decision to establish two space conglomerates

KYIV, Jan 12 - The Ukrainian government has cancelled the decisions it made in 2017 on the establishment of state-owned concerns Arsenal-Modern Space Systems and Zirka-Technologies on the basis of several enterprises operating in the space industry. | More

Italy to push for ending Donbas conflict

VIENNA, Jan. 11 - Italy's foreign minister will visit Ukraine and Russia in the coming weeks to "intensify" efforts to end the conflict in eastern Ukraine, as he took up the post of chairperson-in-office of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), RFE/RL reported. | More

Motor Sich aircraft engine maker loses Snizne plant to pro-Russian separatists

KYIV, Jan 10 Motor Sich, a Zaporizhia-based aircraft engine maker, issued an official announcement about the loss of control over the assets of the Snizne Machine-Building Plant, which is the part of the company and is located in the area of Donetsk region beyond Ukrainian government control. | More

Ukrainian steelmakers may be hit by U.S. anti-dumping measures

KYIV, Jan 10 U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross has expressed his satisfaction with the final determinations in the anti-dumping duty investigations of imports of carbon and alloy steel wire rod (wire rod) from South Africa and Ukraine, which will allow protecting U.S. producers. | More

U.S.S. Carney sails into Ukrainian waters

KYIV, Jan. 10 - The U.S. Navys guided-missile destroyer Carney sailed into Ukrainian waters Monday in the third visit by a vessel of its kind to the tense Black Sea region since August, Newsweek reported. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  18.01.2018 prev
USD 28.67 28.65
RUR 0.507 0.508
EUR 34.98 35.04

Stock Market
  17.01.2018 prev
PFTS 334.2 334.2
source: PFTS


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