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Yanukovych warns of ?problems’ as political agreement hits new snags

KIEV, May 30 - Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych warned of new obstacles in resolving a political crisis here as parliament held a heated make-or-break session to pave the way for early elections.

Yushchenko accuses coalition of attempts to derail Sept. 30 election

KIEV, May 30 - President Viktor Yushchenko accused "certain forces" on Wednesday of seeking to derail a September 30 poll called after weeks of talks between government rivals to try and halt a protracted political crisis.

Political compromise deal suffers blow

KIEV, May 30 – Ukraine’s recent political agreement between pro-Russian government coalition and opposition groups turned into a fiasco on Wednesday when the coalition had refused to back key bills required for an early election.

Ukrainian government calls for approval of 17 laws to join WTO

KIEV, May 30 – The Ukrainian government called for a quick approval of 17 laws to help the country join the World Trade Organization (WTO) later this year, according to a recent resolution.

Transition of Soviet countries to market a failure, economist says

LONDON May 29 – One of last century's biggest experiments, the transition to market economics in former Soviet countries, has failed, Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz has said.

Russian aide says lower gas prices possible if Ukraine changes policy

KIEV, May 30 – Russia may agree to lower natural gas prices for Ukraine if the country scales down its pro-Western foreign policy, Viktor Chernomyrdin, the Russian Ambassador to Ukraine, suggested Tuesday.

Pro-Russian groups stage NATO protests

KIEV, May 30 – Pro-Russian groups staged spectacular protests throughout Ukraine after a U.S. Navy ship had docked at a port in Crimea to deliver supplies for a planned NATO-Ukraine naval exercise later this year.

NBU adviser says Ukraine’s chance of meeting GDP target waning

KIEV, May 27 – Ukraine's chances of reaching growth in gross domestic product in 2005 of 8.2% are decreasing, according to the head of the NBU governor's group of advisers, Valeriy Lytvytsky.

Ukrainians worried about Russian Kerch Strait border intransigence

KIEV, May 27 – Ukraine is concerned over the way Russia insists setting the border between the two in a sensitive area linking the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov, the Foreign Ministry said Friday.

Govt may leave current UkrNafta mgrs in place but curtail their clout

KIEV, May 29 – The government may leave untouched current managers of UkrNafta, the country’s largest oil producer, but reduce their power to give the state more control over business, an official said.

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
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USD 24.62 24.67
RUR 0.383 0.383
EUR 27.24 27.27

Stock Market
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PFTS 517.0 517.0
source: PFTS


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