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Poroshenko refuses to meet protesters

KYIV, Oct. 18 - A massive anti-corruption street protest outside the parliament building continued for the second day in Ukraine as President Petro Poroshenko had refused to meet protesters on Wednesday. | More

Ukraines economy to grow 3.2% in 2018 as Poroshenko invites investors

KYIV, Oct 18 President Petro Poroshenko has said that Ukrainian economy will probably grow more than 3.2% next year and urged investors to capitalize on the growth. | More

NBU expects inflationary pressures to recede, consumer prices to stabilize

KYIV, Oct 18 - The acceleration of inflation in Ukraine to 16.4% in annual terms was caused by three factors, the effect of which begins to weaken, so the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) expects inflation to slow, Deputy NBU Governor Dmytro Solohub has said. | More

Protesters call on Poroshenko to quit

KYIV, Oct. 17 - Former Georgian leader and former Odessa governor Mikheil Saakashvili told a mass rally in Kiev on Tuesday that President Petro Poroshenko needed to quit as activists set out demands for the government to tackle entrenched state graft. | More

IMFs Lipton calls on Ukraine to move forward in battling corruption

KYIV, Oct 17 The International Monetary Fund has not yet discussed the date for the next team coming to Kyiv within the fourth review of the Extended Fund Facility (EFF) program, IMF First Deputy Managing Director David Lipton said. | More

Ukrainian food producers tap U.S. retailer group, seeking to expand

KYIV, Oct 17 The Ukrainian Embassy in Washington on October 13 hosted the Ukrainian Brands D.C. Summit, which was supported by the Ukrainian League of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, as well as the U.S. trade association Food Marketing Institute, the Embassy reported. | More

Hungary to block and boycott Ukraine

BRUSSELS, Oct. 16 - Hungary will block and boycott all attempts to draw Ukraine more deeply into the European Union unless Kiev changes a new education law, Hungarian Foreign Affairs Minister Peter Szijjarto said Monday. | More

Finance Minister says Ukraine has almost fulfilled key IMF demand

KYIV, Oct 13 - Ukraine has almost fulfilled key conditions for a new disbursement by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) under the Extended Fund Facility program, therefore there is every reason to expect the money as early as this year, Finance Minister Oleksandr Danyliuk said.
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Groysman denies speculations Ukraine slows reforms after Eurobond issue

KYIV, Oct 13 Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman denied speculations that his government has slowed down economic reforms after successfully raising money from selling Eurobonds in September. | More

Ukraine assures Romania on schools

BUCHAREST, Oct. 13 - Ukraine has pledged not to close Romanian language schools under a new education law that has caused alarm in Romania, Russia and Hungary, AP reported Friday citing Romania's foreign minister. | More

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  20.10.2017 prev
USD 26.50 26.43
RUR 0.460 0.461
EUR 31.36 31.05

Stock Market
  19.10.2017 prev
PFTS 298.3 297.7
source: PFTS


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