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Russia destroys major Ukrainian power plant

KYIV, April 11 - A massive missile and drone attack destroyed one of Ukraines largest power plants and damaged others, officials said Thursday, part of a renewed Russian campaign targeting energy infrastructure. | More

Germany seeks to attract private investments to rebuild Ukrainian economy

KYIV, Apr 11 The German government at its meeting on Wednesday, April 10, approved a program of measures aimed at attracting private investments, as well as funds from philanthropists and various foundations, to the restoration of the Ukrainian national economy destroyed by the war, DW reports. | More

Ukraine needs funding from partners for own defense production

KYIV, Apr 11 Ukraine needs funding from partners for its own defense production, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy has said. | More

Ukraine's GDP growth to slow to 3.2% in 2024 on smaller grain harvest

KYIV, April 11 - Ukraine's gross domestic product (GDP) growth will slow to 3.2% in 2024, reflecting a smaller harvest and persistent labor shortages, the World Bank forecast in its Europe and Central Asia Economic Update released on Thursday. | More

Ukraine to face a power shortage of 3 GW in May after Russian attacks

KYIV, April 11 Ukraine will face a power shortage of 3 GW in May, said Olha Buslavets, former Minister of Energy and Advisor to the General Director for Energy Issues at PJSC ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih, on Thursday. | More

ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih completes 296-day repair of blast furnace No. 6

KYIV, April 11 PJSC ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih (AMKR, Dnipropetrovsk region) completed an extensive second-category repair of blast furnace No. 6, which lasted 296 days and took place in difficult military conditions. | More

Russia may soon outgone Ukraine 10 to 1

WASHINGTON, April 10 - The top general for U.S. forces in Europe told Congress Wednesday that Ukraine will be outgunned 10 to one by Russia within a matter of weeks if Congress does not find a way to approve sending more ammunition and weapons to Kyiv soon. | More

Switzerland to allocate $5.53-bln for Ukraines recovery through 2036

KYIV, April 10 The Federal Council of Switzerland at a meeting on Wednesday decided to allocate CHF 5 billion ($5.53 billion) for the economic development and long-term recovery of Ukraine until 2036 as part of strengthening existing cooperation, according to the Swiss government portal. | More

Ukrainian wheat prices increase amid drop in supplies

KYIV, April 10 Ukrainian wheat, which is in great demand on the world market, began to rise in price due to a decrease in the supply of products from key players who reduced their activity in anticipation of the new season's harvest, reported the Pusk analytical cooperative, created in within the framework of the Ukrainian Agrarian Council (UAC). | More

Ukraine may need to restrict agriculture sector to join the European Union

KYIV, April 10 Ukraine will have to impose certain restrictions on the agricultural sector to join the European Union if European states continue to tighten trade terms with Kyiv, Politico writes. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  12.04.2024 prev
USD 39.17 39.02
RUR 0.418 0.418
EUR 42.02 42.36

Stock Market
  11.04.2024 prev
PFTS 507.0 507.0
source: PFTS


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