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Polish pipeline operator wants states to decide about Odessa-Brody

WARSAW, Aug. 30 - Polish pipeline system operator PERN hopes the states interested in construction of the Odessa-Brody-Gdansk (O-B-G) oil pipeline will make their final decision to join the operator of the project in September, Marcin Jastrzebski, PERN's vice president for strategic issues, said in an interview with Interfax.

US company preparing to launch drug production facility at Boryspil

KIEV, Aug. 30 - U.S. company MaxWell Biocorporation is preparing to launch a drug production facility on the basis of a scientific and industrial cancer and cardiological center under construction in Boryspil in Kiev region, which will be the largest in Eastern Europe, the company told Interfax-Ukraine.

Arcelor Mittal to invest $2 billion to expand Ukrainian operation

KIEV, April 30 - Arcelor Mittal, the worlds largest steel maker, plans to invest $2 billion to upgrade and to expand its Ukrainian steelmaking operation within the next four years, the company reported Thursday.

Ukraine calls for development of Turkmenistan economic cooperation

ASHGABAT, Aug. 29 – Ukraine wants to develop economic cooperation with Turkmenistan, Ukrainian Ambassador to Turkmenistan Viktor Maiko has said.

Japanese Ambassador: Boryspil project is still on, despite delays

KIEV, Aug. 30 – Ukraine and Japan are still cooperating on a project to build a terminal at Boryspil state international airport using a credit from the Japanese Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC), Japanese Ambassador Mutsuo Mabuchi has said.

PrivatBank planning to raise $250 million via syndicated loan market

KIEV, Aug. 30 - PrivatBank, Ukraine's biggest bank, is planning to raise a $250 million syndicated loan at Libor + 2%, an informed source in financial circles told Interfax.

Poland’s Bank Pekao to double Ukraine investments in next two years

WARSAW, Aug. 30 - Bank Pekao SA, one of two Polish banks owned by UniCredit SpA,, is planning to double investments in its Ukrainian business in the next two years so as to expand its activities in the country, the Bloomberg Agency has said.

Current account deficit falls sharply in June to $430 million

KIEV, Aug. 30 – Ukraine’s current account deficit fell in July to $430 million, from $782 million in June, according to Valeriy Lytvytsky, head of the advisors group of the chairman of the National Bank of Ukraine.

Ukraine to pay $10.5m Turkmen gas debt within 2 wks, says official

KIEV, Aug. 30 – Ukraine will pay the remaining $10.5 million debt owed to Turkmenistan for natural gas supplies within the next two weeks, a government official familiar with the plans said Wednesday.

New EBRD-supported venture capital fund starts work in Ukraine

KIEV, Aug. 30 - Kiev-based Euroventures Ukraine (EVU) Fund II has begun work in Ukraine.

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USD 28.30 28.44
RUR 0.378 0.376
EUR 34.40 34.32

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PFTS 507.5 507.5
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