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Defense Ministry agrees to order new Ukrainian-made Korsar anti-tank missiles

KYIV, Aug 30 Ukraine's state-run Ukroboronprom concern has welcomed the decision of the Ministry of Defense to use the light, mobile Korsar anti-tank guided missile system, which can hit targets at a range of 2.5 kilometers.

Poroshenko calls acceleration of privatization a priority reform

KIEV, Aug. 29 President Petro Poroshenko called acceleration of privatization is one of the priority reforms in Ukraine and said he expects new laws expanding the list of state-owned enterprises.

Gazprom Q2 report discloses $14.2 billion Naftogaz counterclaim

MOSCOW, Aug. 30 - In addition to its own arbitration claims relating to the terms of the contract to supply gas to Ukraine, Russia's Gazprom has for the first time disclosed the amount of counter-claims by NJSC Naftogaz Ukrayiny, which it said were $14.23 billion.

Ukroboronprom working on Horlytsia unmanned antiaircraft system

KIEV, Aug. 30 State Concern Ukroboronprom is working on the creation of multifunctional operative and tactical unmanned aircraft system Horlytsia, which has a flight range produces of more than 1,000 km.

Turboatom, Zaporizhia Titanium in 2016-17 privatization list

KIEV, Aug. 30 The government's committee for economic, financial and legal policy has approved a list of enterprises to be privatized in 2016-2017, including Turboatom, Electrotyazhmash, the United Mining and Chemical Company, the State Food and Grain Corporation, and a state stake in Zaporizhia Titanium and Magnesium Combine LLC.

Owner of demolished Kiev business seeking political asylum in US

KIEV, Aug. 28 Mykola Ivanenko, the owner of the Luxexpress II Company, following the destruction of his business has asked the United States to provide him and his family with political asylum.

32,200 election precincts to be monitored via new surveillance system

KIEV, Aug. 28 A system of video surveillance over parliamentary elections in Ukraine, which will be introduced by Sitronics IT, will cover 32,200 precinct election commissions and enable 300,000 users to simultaneously watch video broadcasts on the Internet, the company's press service has reported.

Ukrainians trust in government is low, according to KIIS poll

KIEV, Aug. 29 The trust of Ukrainians in government institutions is low, according to a poll conducted by the Kiev International Institute of Sociology (KIIS).

CIS free-trade zone will help Ukraine, says National Security chief

KIEV, Aug. 30 An agreement on the creation of a free-trade area (FTA) within the CIS is strategically important for Ukraine and will effectively work for the benefit of all CIS member states, of the National Security and Defense Council Secretary Andriy Kliuyev said.

Nikopol Ferroalloy Plant says it may halt production this year

KIEV, Aug. 30 - Nikopol Ferroalloy Plant (NFP), Ukraines biggest ferroalloy producer, may suspend output by the end of the year unless the government takes steps to lower power prices and restrict ferroalloy imports, the company said Thursday.

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USD 41.26 41.01
RUR 0.468 0.464
EUR 44.98 44.73

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