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Russias Lukoil to continue Odessa operation pending Ukraine action

DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan. 30 - Russia's Lukoil is maintaining its Odessa Oil Refinery in working order, awaiting a decision from the Ukrainian authorities on improving the economics of oil refining in order to re-launch the refinery, Lukoil President Vagit Alekperov told journalists in Davos on the sidelines of the eighth Ukrainian lunch organized by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation.

Siemens AG seeks to rival Chinese to sell high-speed trains to Ukraine

KIEV, Jan. 27 Germany's Siemens AG has been seeking to rival a Chinese company for building high-speed trains for a rail link between Kiev and its main international airport, Boryspil.

Ukraine to support car wiring business Leonis plans to expand

KIEV, Jan. 26 The Ukrainian government is ready to support the plans of LEONI Wiring Systems UA GmbH, a producer of automotive wiring harnesses for European manufacturers, to expand its production in Ukraine, Prime Minister Mykola Azarov has said.

Ukraines possible duties on fuel imports to be challenged via WTO

KIEV, Jan. 27 Any decision to introduce duties on imported fuel could be challenged in line with the procedures of the World Trade Organization (WTO),
Ukraine has been studying whether to introduce the duties.

UkrTatNafta sues EnergoAtom, seeks to declare power firm bankrupt

KIEV, Jan. 27 UkrTatNafta, Ukraines largest oil refinery by capacity, filed a lawsuit against EnergoAtom, the state-owned nuclear power generator, seeking to declare the power producer bankrupt.

UkrTatNafta may boost oil refining 52% to 5.5 mil mt in 2011

KREMENCHUK, Jan. 27 UkrTatNafta, Ukraines largest oil refinery by capacity, may boost crude refining by 52% on the year to 5.5 million metric tons in 2011, an official said.

Ukraine may soon lift restrictions on grain exports, minister

KIEV, Jan. 26 - Ukraine may soon lift restrictions on wheat exports, first by increasing quotas, and then perhaps even scrapping the quotas altogether after March.

IFC to invest $300-350 million in Ukraine agricultural market

KIEV, Jan. 27 The International Finance Corporation plans to invest $300-350 million in the development of Ukraine's agricultural market in the coming financial year (July 1, 2011 through July 1, 2012), IFC Country Representative for Ukraine Elena Voloshina said in Kiev on Thursday.

AMC permits Naftogaz Ukrainy subsidiary to buy 84 filling stations

KIEV, Jan. 28 The Antimonopoly Committee has permitted Ukrgazvydobuvannia, a subsidiary of Naftogaz Ukrainy, to buy 84 filling stations, Ukrgazvydobuvannia announced.

Fuel supply could halve if Ukraine introduces duties, says co rep

KIEV, Jan. 28 Fuel supplies to Ukraine could fall by 50% in 2011 if duties on fuel imports are introduced, said Ihor Maistrenko, the head of Lithuanias Orlen Lietuva (former Mazeikiu nafta) group's representative office in Ukraine.

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  16.03.2018 prev
USD 26.27 26.01
RUR 0.461 0.456
EUR 32.42 32.18

Stock Market
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PFTS 351.2 353.2
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