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Agriculture minister resigns on Facebook
KIEV, May 23 Ukraines agriculture minister on Tuesday submitted his resignation, raising questions about the pace of reforms in the countrys massive agriculture sector and his apparent clash with the prime minister. 22:04 | More
Parliament ratchets up culture war against Russian language broadcasts
KIEV, May 23 - Ukraines Parliament ratcheted up its cultural war against Russia on Monday by backing television language quotas requiring major channels to broadcast at least three-quarters of their programs in Ukrainian, EUractive reported. 22:03 | More
PM: Ukraine has saved $900 million since start of e-procurement
KIEV, May 23 The Ukrainian nation's coffers have saved UAH 24 billion, a little more than $900 million, since the launch of the ProZorro e-procurement system, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman said. 22:03 | More
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko had a meeting with bipartisan delegation of the House of Representatives of the U.S. Congress. (Photo by the president's press service)
PrivatBank says it hasn't received lawsuit challenging forced swap
KIEV, May 23 - PrivatBank has not yet been notified of a lawsuit lodged by eurobond holders with the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) against a forced swap of their securities for shares of an additional issue of the bank (the so-called bail-in procedure), PrivatBank Chairman Oleksandr Shlapak said. 22:01 | More
IN FOCUS Cops to question journalist slay suspects
KIEV, May 14 Ten months after the murder of a prominent journalist, police will finally question a former security service agent who was spotted watching the street the night the bomb was planted. 14:09 | More
Russia launches Ukraine trade complaint
GENEVA, May 22 - Russia has launched a wide-ranging trade complaint against Ukraine, saying it is facing a "universe of restrictions, prohibitions, requirements and procedures", a World Trade Organization statement said on Monday. 13:14 | More
Threats persist from Chernobyl and Fukusima, Greenpeace reports

The forest areas around Ukraine's Chernobyl and Japan's Fukusima remain sources of radiation and carry a potential threat to the health of local residents, Greenpeace said.More

Consumer inflation slowing faster than expected, NBU reports

The actual slow of consumer inflation in February in annual terms is quicker than the inflation-slowing trajectory to 12% as of late 2016 projected by the National Bank of Ukraine, the regulator has reported on its website.More

ING analysts forecast 2016 GDP decline, citing political risks

Analysts from ING Bank have confirmed the forecast of a decline in real gross domestic product in 2016 by 1%, pointing to a predominance of political risks in the economy.More

NBU: Hryvnia slide caused by temporary and fundamental factors

The decrease of the hryvnia exchange rate on the interbank currency market continue being caused by both temporary and fundamental market factors that result in the reduction of supply of foreign currency, Deputy National Bank of Ukraine Governor Oleh Churiy said.More

Agriculture minister resigns on Facebook
Parliament ratchets up culture war against Russian language broadcasts
Kremlin spokesman condemns 'Russophobic' talk of visa restrictions
Ukraine expects 30% hike in traffic after EU visa-free travel
Poroshenko invites Maltese counterpart for official visit to Ukraine
Parliament delays vote on Russian church
Premier pension law proposal would change retirement eligibility rules
Cabinet proposing single average wage for accruing of pensions
Cabinet of Ministers to approve digital development plan for 2017
Rada kills law on anticorruption efforts
IMF mission arrives in Ukraine for latest review of four-year program
National Security Council adds 1,228 individuals to sanctions list
Ukrainian and Israeli PMs say they hope for free-trade deal in 2017
Ukrainians hoping for EU Association ratification decision this month
Baltic-Black Sea transport corridor a top priority, official says
Prez bans access to Russian social media
Ukrainian visa-free travel expected to expand well beyond EU
NBU chief: IMF, World Bank see high level of confidence in Ukraine
PM: Ukraine has saved $900 million since start of e-procurement
PrivatBank says it hasn't received lawsuit challenging forced swap
Regal Petroleum reports encouraging results from Poltava test well
Agricultural companies' owner expresses hope on debt restructuring
DPM: China-Ukraine aircraft engine could be ready for demo this year
Minority shareholders opt out of Ukrnafta supervisory board meetings
Government looking to encourage solar projects in Chernobyl zone
Ukraine zeroes in on Gazprom assets to enforce $6.74 bn penalty payment
Ukraine launches Zaporizhia NPP unit back, 1 day after sudden shutdown
Ukraine completes border wall with Russia in Kharkiv region
Plan seeks boosting Ukraine economic growth to 10% annually by 2030
Donbas separatist-controlled firms paid 6.27 mn in taxes to Ukraine in 2016
Ukraines reserves of anthracite coal down 0.4% on year on shortages
Ukraines retail sales up 5.8% on year in January-April
Scrap metal trade group asks World Bank not to rescind sector reforms
Fruit and nut harvest expected to be hit hard by spring frost
Groysman calls on Israel to ease Ukrainian farm produce access
Currencies (in hryvnias)
  24.05.2017 prev
USD 26.30 26.34
RUR 0.465 0.466
EUR 29.50 29.62

Stock Market
  23.05.2017 prev
PFTS 276.9 278.4
source: PFTS


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