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Vanco Prykerchenska asks court to recognize Stockholm arbitration

KIEV, May 28 - Vanco Prykerchenska Ltd. (the British Virgin Islands) has asked Pechersky District Court in Kiev to recognize the final decision of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (Sweden), which on December 28, 2012 approved an amicable production sharing agreement (PSA) on Prykerchensky deposit of the Black Sea shelf between the company and Ukraine.

Government resumes operation of commission to protect investor rights

KIEV, May 29 The Ukrainian government has resumed the operation of the interagency commission for the protection of the rights of investors and preventing illegal seizures of companies, and upgraded its status, First Deputy Prime Minister Serhiy Arbuzov, who heads the commission, has reported.

Officials meet to discuss extension of Zaporizhia nuclear reactors

KIEV, May 29 The State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate and EnergoAtom met at Zaporizhia nuclear power plant to discuss extending the life of reactor one and reactor two of the plant.

Ukraine sells off state-owned stakes in five concentrating mills

KIEV, May 30 The State Property Fund, at a trading session on Kiev's Innex stock exchange on Wednesday, has sold state-owned stakes in five concentrating mills worth UAH 11.968 million.

Moody's continues negative outlook for Ukraine's banking sector

LONDON, May 30 - The outlook for Ukraine's banking system remains negative, unchanged since October 2009, Moody's Investors Service said in a new report published on Thursday.

Odessa Oil Refinery to accept batch of crude from sea in June

KIEV, May 30 Odessa oil refinery, which is under control of VETEK Group, will accept a batch of crude oil from the sea in June.

"A batch of crude oil could be delivered to the refinery by sea in June," the group said.

US investigating Ukraine for failure to protect intellectual property

NEW YORK, May 30 - The United States has opened an investigation into Ukraine for its failure to enforce intellectual property rights, such as curbing government use of pirated software, The Hill reported Thursday, citing a top U.S. trade regulator.

Ukraine to draw up road map for development of renewable energy

KIEV, May 30 Ukraine soon will draw up a road map for the development of renewable energy sources, according to Mykola Pashkevych, chairman of the State Agency for Energy Efficiency and Energy Saving.

Russia seeking concessions in return for lowering natural gas price

KIEV, May 30 Russia has been seeking either political or business concessions from Ukraine in exchange for lowering its natural gas prices, Kommersant daily newspaper reported Tuesday citing a Ukrainian government source.

Karpatnaftokhim starts production of suspension polyvinylchloride

MOSCOW, May 27 Karpatnaftokhim (Kalush, Ukraine, part of LUKOIL group) has started production of suspension polyvinylchloride (PVC-S).

LUKOIL said that the planned capacity of the new facility is 300,000 tons of PVC per year. The investment in the project, the realization of which started in 2007, has reached $236 million.

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  22.10.2018 prev
USD 28.18 28.04
RUR 0.428 0.427
EUR 32.32 32.26

Stock Market
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PFTS 559.8 560.4
source: PFTS


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