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Azovelektrostal resumes smelting work after a year of inactivity

KIEV, Dec. 28 - Azovelektrostal (Mariupol, Donetsk region), part of Azovmashinvest Holding, in the framework of commissioning works on the launch of the main equipment after a year of inactivity has conducted test smelting in the DSP-25 furnace, making the first three of the twelve parts ordered by ArcelorMittal Algeria.


Moody's: Ukraine GDP will rise 1.5% in 2014 after falling 1% in 2013

KIEV, Dec. 30 Ukraine's gross domestic product, after declining by 1% this year, will resume its slow growth, and rise by 1.5% in 2014, Moody's Investors Service said.


Ukraine's 2nd-largest refinery expected to resume operation in July

KIEV, Dec. 30 - Ukraines second-largest oil refinery will most likely resume operation in July 2014, Volodymyr Prystiuk, the head of Luhansk regional state administration, said.


Donestk area company preparing equipment for Brazil space center

KIEV, Dec. 30 Azovobschemash, part of public joint-stock company Azovmash (both based in Mariupol, Donetsk region) is preparing to supply a third batch of special-purpose equipment in 2014 for the Cyclone-4 rocket complex being built by Ukraine and Brazil at the Alcantara Space Center in Brazil.


Gazprom expected to lower Ukraine natgas price on Jan. 10, DPM reports

KIEV, Dec. 30 - Gazprom will most likely reduce its natural gas prices on supplies to Ukraine after January 10, Deputy Prime Minister Yuriy Boyko said Monday.


Yushchenko seeks changes in natural gas supply venture with Russia

KIEV, Dec. 29 – President-elect Viktor Yushchenko will seek to change the way Ukraine and Russia plan to boost natural gas supplies to Europe via a joint venture, an official said.


NBU promises to pursue inflation-sensitive policies next year

KIEV, Dec. 29 – In 2005, the National Bank of Ukraine will pursue a monetary and credit policy appropriate to the economic processes currently underway in the state, and the inflation rate, as measured by the consumer price index, will be a priority guiding its monetary policy.


Turkmenistan to cut gas supplies to Ukraine, Russia on Friday

KIEV, Dec 30 - Turkmenistan will cut gas supplies to Russia on Friday for a week and will halt deliveries to Ukraine until a new contract is agreed upon, the Turkmen foreign ministry said in a statement issued from Ashkabat, the Turkmen capital, according to Agence France Presse.


Roshen's Vinnytsia dairy plant begins shipping products to EU

KIEV, Oct. 27 - Vinnytsia dairy plant Roshen, part of Roshen Corporation, in September sent the first batches of its products to the European Union.


Ukraine fines Russian airlines $28.25 million for flying to Crimea

KIEV, Oct. 28 Ukraine has issued UAH 721.236 million (about $28.25 million) in fines for Russian airlines flights to the annexed Crimea in violation of Ukrainian and international laws, Ukraine's State Aviation Service told Interfax-Ukraine.


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