KIEV, Oct. 29 – Russia's OAO Globalstroy-Engineering (earlier Lukoil-Neftegazstroy), the largest Russian constructor of oil and gas infrastructure, is likely to become chief constructor of a suspension polyvinylchloride plant at Karpatnaftokhim Ltd. (Kalush in Ivano-Frankivsk region), which is under control of Lukoil -Neftekhim.
LVIV, Oct. 29 – Lviv city council announced it is in talks with Austria's Raiffeisen Investment AG on cooperation in drawing up designs for a new heat supply scheme in the city and selecting investors to build it.
KIEV, Oct. 30 - Ukraine pledged to liberalize domestic natural gas prices before the end of 2011 in exchange for $16.5 billion loan from International Monetary Fund to help the country avoid economic recession.
KIEV, Oct. 30 - The stockholders in Kiev-based Innex Stock Exchange last week held talks with Russia's RTS Stock Exchange in Kiev on the possible sale of a controlling stake in the Ukrainian stock exchange, Mykhailo Nazarchuk, the head of the exchange committee, told Interfax-Ukraine.
KIEV, Oct. 30 - The pace of growth in the money supply for 2007 planned by the National Bank of Ukraine's (NBU) council could exceed forecast due to the high pace of macroeconomic growth and active growth in social expenses, the NBU said.
KIEV, Oct. 27 â€“ Kievâ€™s Datagroup, one of Ukraine's leading telecommunications operators, since has invested $50 million into the company's development the beginning of 2006, Datagroup's director general Oleksandr Danchenko reported.
KIEV, Oct. 27 â€“ The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development may allocate for Forum Bank (Ukraine) about $50 million for implementing a program for crediting medium and small businesses and issuing microcredits, along with mortgage crediting, Forum Bank reported.
KIEV, Oct. 30 - Nokia and Ukrainian fixed-line and broadband operator Ukrtelecom have signed a three-year framework agreement for the supply of 3G core and radio network, as the operator is extending its services to the mobile domain.
KHERSON, Oct. 30 â€“ The first line of the Prysyvashska wind power plant, which is being built near the settlement of Hryhoryivka in Chaplynsk District of Kherson region, is to be launched in November, Kherson region head Borys Silenkov said last week during a meeting with Norway's ambassador to Ukraine Olav Berstad.