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Lawmakers OK to split church from Moscow
KYIV, April 19 - Ukraines Orthodox church could become independent of Moscow under the terms of a presidential initiative lawmakers approved on Thursday, a move that President Petro Poroshenko said would make it harder for Russia to meddle in Ukrainian affairs, Reuters reported. 12:08 | More
Groysman rules out measures leading to higher gasoline, diesel prices
KYIV, April 18 - The Ukrainian government will not take any decisions that could lead to higher fuel prices, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman said. 12:08 | More
Ukraines gas pipelines are worth $12.6-bln, Naftogaz cites appraisal
KYIV, April 19 Ukraines natural gas transportation system is worth UAH 327.9 billion, or $12.6 billion, according to an appraisal approved by the national energy company Naftogaz Ukrayiny. 12:06 | More
Ukraine and Germany agreed to conduct a joint business forum that will facilitate the expansion of economic cooperation. It was stated by President Petro Poroshenko and Chancellor Angela Merkel during the press briefing. (Photo by the press service of the president.)
Contractor to finish Boryspil parking lot by end of summer 2018
KYIV, April 19 Works to complete a parking area near Terminal D of the Boryspil International Airport (Kyiv) will be finished by the contractor NAN LLC in the agreed timeframe summer 2018, Boryspil Airport Commercial Director Heorhiy Zubko said. 12:05 | More
IN FOCUS Merkel: Pipeline must not hurt Ukraine
BERLIN, April 10 - A gas pipeline planned to run from Russia to Germany through the Baltic Sea cannot go ahead without clarity on Ukraines role as a transit route for gas, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday, Reuters reported. 13:13 | More
US will back Ukraines NATO application
KYIV, April 16 The U.S. will support Ukraines bid to join NATO, but has urged the country to speed up reforms and strengthen democracy as important first step, Kay Bailey Hutchison, the U.S. Permanent Representative to NATO, said. 11:00 | 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

Lawmakers OK to split church from Moscow
Ukraines economy to grow 3.2% in 2018, to 3.3% in 2019: IMF
Ukraine eyes NATO aspirant status in July
IMF postpones lending after Ukraine slows pace of fighting corruption
Ukraine to increase retirement age after life expectancy improves: minister
Split emerges between Ukrainian leaders
Ukraine to ask Orthodox church independence, 10 years after it was denied
Finance Minister in Washington for IMF, World Bank meeting
Ukraine mulls seizing Gazprom assets in Europe to enforce Stockholm ruling
Turchynov, U.S.s Karem meet to discuss security issues related to Russian aggression
Poroshenko rules out possibility that Russia wont pay $2.6-bln to Naftogaz
EUs Marshall Plan for Ukraine is in early stage of implementation
NBU urges government to boost cooperation with IMF in near future
Ukraine likely to get $2-bln from IMF in 2018, NBU forecasts
Ukraine to quit CIS, end Russia treaty
Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant now invites tourists for sightseeing
Ukraine likely to receive EU macro-financial assistance in early fall
NBU warns on inflation without IMF loans
Ukraine, Moldova to boost trade, coordinate pace of European integration
Groysman rules out measures leading to higher gasoline, diesel prices
Ukraines gas pipelines are worth $12.6-bln, Naftogaz cites appraisal
Contractor to finish Boryspil parking lot by end of summer 2018
EBRD, EIB finalize EUR 50-mln loan for Dnipro infrastructure projects
Frances Vallourec, Interpipe to start jointly producing steel pipes for Europe
Nibulon plans to start building cargo sea vessels in summer 2018
Ukraine printing more passports as international travel increases
Renault dealer centers to sell ZOE electric vehicles in Ukraine
Ministry to limit for urban housing density, add more public amenities
Rampant corruption is main drag on Ukraines economic growth
Ukraine must develop secondary market for non-performing loans: analyst
Ukraine, Malaysia work out plans to expand military cooperation
Ukravtodor opens bids to build to traffic interchanges on Kyiv-Odesa, Kyiv-Chop highways
Ukraines economy to expand 3.6% in 2019: Finance Ministry reports
Ukrainian business sentiment improves, hits highest level in 7 years
Sefcovic says Ukraines gas pipelines are strategic for EU security
Croatia, Ukraine to cooperate in LNG terminal, supply route
Chinese firms to drill seven wells for Ukrgazvydbuvannia after winning tender
Ukranes agriculture product exports rises 28.1% to $1.025-bln in April
Russian ruble plunge wont affect Ukraine, banking poll predicts
Currencies (in hryvnias)
  20.04.2018 prev
USD 26.23 26.15
RUR 0.431 0.427
EUR 32.47 32.39

Stock Market
  19.04.2018 prev
PFTS 370.5 371.2
source: PFTS


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