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IMF moves to extend Ukraine monitoring of following Standby expiration

KIEV, July 30 The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund has decided that Ukraine is expected to engage in post-program monitoring with the Fund, following the expiration on December 27, 2012 of the Stand-By Arrangement.

Trade dispute with Russians ratchets up

KIEV, July 30 The trade dispute between Ukraine and Russia rapidly escalated on Tuesday with Moscow broadening its ban on imports of confectionary products and Kiev appealing to the World Trade Organization.

Ukraine and EBRD approve EUR152 million Dnipropetrovsk subway loan

KIEV/DNIPROPETROVSK, July 27 - Ukraine and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development have signed an agreement on a EUR 152 million loan to expand the Dnipropetrovsk subway.

State Space Agency proposes extension of SS-24 disposal program

KIEV, July 27 Ukraines State Space Agency has proposed that the government extend the state program for the disposal of solid rocket fuel from SS-24 intercontinental ballistic missiles at Pavlohrad Chemical Plant (Dnipropetrovsk region).

Defense minister most optimistic about Ukrainian corvette program

SEVASTOPOL, July 30 - Defense Minister Dmytro Salamatin says hes "most optimistic about the construction of Ukrainian corvettes.

Cabinet permits Ukragroleasing to borrow $300 million from EDC

KIEV, July 30 The Ukrainian cabinet has agreed to a proposal of the Agriculture Ministry and permitted National JSC Ukragroleasing to raise two credits worth $300 million each from Export Development Canada, secured by the state, to realize investment projects in the farming sector.

Government decides to sell stakes in 15 regional power companies

KIEV, July 30 - The government has decided to sell controlling stakes in 15 regional power distributing companies, Dmytro Parfemenko, the acting head of the State Property Fund, said Thursday.

Fitch affirms Metinvest B.V. long-term foreign currency rating

LONDON/MOSCOW, July 29 - Fitch Ratings has affirmed Metinvest B.V.'s Long-term
foreign currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) at 'B' with a Negative Outlook.

The rating is constrained by Ukraine's Country Ceiling of 'B'. At the same time, Fitch has affirmed Metinvest's Long-term local currency IDR at 'B+' with a Stable Outlook.

Finance ministry considers restructuring Naftogaz foreign debt

KIEV, July 29 The appropriateness of restructuring Naftogaz Ukrayiny's foreign debt is being considered, Deputy Finance Minister Andriy Kravets told Interfax-Ukraine.

"It's too early to speak about any restructuring the issue is under consideration," he said.

Vorskla Steel signs EUR6.81 Hungary metal-rolling mill contract

KIEV, July 29 Vorskla Steel has signed a contract worth EUR 6.81 million under which 170 hectares of land in Hungary is to be allocated for the construction of a EUR 650 million metal-rolling mill, whose major investor is Ukrainian businessman Kostiantyn Zhevago, Hungarian mass media reported.

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  23.07.2019 prev
USD 25.64 25.82
RUR 0.407 0.411
EUR 28.76 28.98

Stock Market
  22.07.2019 prev
PFTS 545.1 545.1
source: PFTS


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