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Ukraine sees more aid from U.S. in 2020

KYIV, Nov. 11 - Ukraine expects the United States to maintain or even increase military aid to Kyiv next year despite the issue being part of a political battle in Washington over the impeachment of President Donald Trump, Defense Minister Andriy Zahorodniuk told Reuters. | More

Ukrainian army, Russia-backed rebels complete troops, weapons pullback

KYIV, Nov. 11 The Ukrainian military and Russia-backed separatist rebels have completed a pullback of troops and weapons from an area in eastern Ukraine embroiled in a conflict that has killed more than 13,000 people, AP reported Monday citing officials. | More

Referendum to decide on foreigners buying Ukrainian farmland: Zelenskiy

KYIV, Nov. 11 - President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Monday that Parliament would amend the law to stipulate that the issue of whether foreigners will be allowed to buy farmland would be put to a referendum, Reuters reported. | More

Troop pullback begins near Petrivske

KYIV, Nov. 9 - Ukraine's army and Kremlin-backed separatists on Saturday started the last phase of a troop pullback in the war-torn east in a key step towards a high-stakes summit with Russia. | More

Zelenskiy outlines army spending in 2020 budget as govts priority

KYIV, Nov 7 President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has outlined some priority areas of financing stipulated in the national budget of Ukraine for 2020. | More

Alibaba founder Ma sees great potential for investments in Ukraine

KYIV, Nov 8 The founder of Alibaba Group Jack Ma has said at the Kyiv International Economic Forum that he fell for Ukraine a long time ago and sees a large potential for development. | More

U.S. assures Ukraine of defense support

KYIV, Nov. 7 The U.S. assured Ukraine on Thursday that it will continue supporting its military through supplies of hardware, training and holding joint exercises, the U.S. Department of Defense said in statement. | More

DTEK Renewables raises EUR 325-mln via issue of Eurobonds to back projects

KYIV, Nov 7 The EUR325 million eurobond issue of DTEK Renewables became the debut corporate "green" issue of a Ukrainian issuer and, accordingly, the first benchmark for investors in this sector, Dmytro Hladkov, the acting head of the investment banking department of the co-organizer of the issue, Renaissance Capital investment company, has said. | More

Official complains of poor labor conditions at major defense companies

KHARKIV, Nov 7 Director General of the Ukroboronprom state concern Aivaras Abromavicius has said that the absence of good labor conditions is one of the most painful problems of the defense enterprises, which are incorporated in the concern. | More

Currencies (in hryvnias)
  14.11.2019 prev
USD 24.32 24.46
RUR 0.379 0.383
EUR 26.76 26.94

Stock Market
  13.11.2019 prev
PFTS 517.7 517.7
source: PFTS


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