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Ukraine plans to borrow $4-bln in 2019

KYIV, March 19 Ukraine will seek to borrow $4 billion in order to accelerate economic growth and to be able to pay off debts coming due in 2019, Finance Minister Oksana Markarova said Tuesday. | More

Zelensky lays out plan to cut oligarchs influence on television networks

KYIV, March 18 Comedian Volodymyr Zelensky, the front-runner in presidential election, said he has a "good solution" to fix the country's television market, where key channels are owned by oligarchs who have the ability to influence their news policy. | More

Ukraine to dismantle unstable old confinement over damaged Chernobyl unit

KYIV, March 19 The state specialized enterprise Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) has announced a tender to dismantle unstable structures of the Shelter facility (the old confinement over the destroyed fourth station power unit) with the expected total cost of UAH 2.547 billion, according to data in the ProZorro electronic procurement system. | More

EU slams Russia for Crimea annexation

BRUSSELS, March 18 - The European Unions foreign policy chief has marked the fifth anniversary of Russias seizure and "illegal annexation" of Ukraines Crimean Peninsula with scathing criticism of the Kremlin, RFE/RL reported. | More

Poroshenko says joining EU, NATO will be his focus during second term in office

KYIV, March 18 - President Petro Poroshenko, who runs for re-election this month, vowed to prepare Ukraine to joining the European Union and NATO if he is elected to the second term in office. | More

Elections unlikely to change pace of reforms in Ukraine, analysts say

KYIV, March 18 It is unlikely that the presidential and parliamentary elections to be held this year would affect the speed of the implementation of reforms in Ukraine, according to most participants of the CFA Society Ukraine Investment Forum held in Kyiv on Friday, March 15. | More

Canada troops to extend Ukraine mission

OTTAWA, March 16 - Canada will announce as expected on Monday that it is extending a 200-strong military training mission in Ukraine, Reuters reported Sunday citing a source directly familiar with the matter. | More

JPMorgan Chase lends $350-mln Ukraine ahead of presidential election

KYIV, March 15 JPMorgan Chase & Co. directly lent around $350 million to the government of Ukraine on March 12, 2019, two weeks before the first round of the presidential election in the cash-strapped country, WSJ has reported, referring to people familiar with the deal. | More

EU, EBRD open EUR 60-mln credit line for Ukraine small businesses

KYIV, March 15 The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the European Union (EU) are opening the EU4Business-EBRD credit line with the limit of EUR 60 million to finance projects of small- and medium-sized enterprises (SME) in Ukraine, EBRD Managing Director, Eastern Europe and Caucasus Matteo Patrone said at a press conference in Kyiv on Friday. | More

NBU leaves key interest rate unchanged

KYIV, March 14 - Ukraine left its main interest rate unchanged at 18 percent on Thursday to help bring inflation down to its target level, the central bank said, at the last monetary policy meeting before a presidential election on March 31, Reuters reported. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  22.03.2019 prev
USD 27.26 27.17
RUR 0.428 0.423
EUR 31.04 30.85

Stock Market
  21.03.2019 prev
PFTS 554.5 554.5
source: PFTS


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