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Boryspil Airport to donate former Sky Taxi autos to Ukrainian police

KIEV July 30 Cars on the balance sheet of the Boryspil International Airport which were previously used by the Sky Taxi service will be handed over to the police and the State Road Traffic Safety Inspectorate, said acting airport Director General Yevhen Dykhne.

Bunge Ukraine reports exports of 3.9 million tons for last year

KIEV, July 30 Bunge Ukraine, one of the largest traders and producers of sunflower oil in Ukraine, exported 3.9 million tons of grain, soybeans and rapeseeds in the 2014/15 agricultural year.

Kryvy Rih's SevGOK to spend UAH1.4 billion on modernization in 2013

KIEV, July 29 Pivnichny Mining (SevGOK, Kryvy Rih, Dnipropetrovsk region) will spend UAH 1.4 billion on modernization in 2013, Deputy Prime Minister Oleksandr Vilkul said.

Half of Ukrainians ready to UAH5,000 on vacation, survey says

KIEV, July 29 Over half of Ukrainians are ready to spend up to UAH 5,000 on a vacation per person, according to a study conducted by the Head Hunter Ukraine (hh.ua) international personnel portal.

Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan to create joint farmland satellite system

KIEV, July 29 Ukraine, Russia and Kazakhstan are planning to create a joint satellite observation system covering farmland in CIS countries in cooperation with G20 Global Agricultural Geo-Monitoring Initiative (GEO-GLAM).

Roshen disputes validity of Russian sample testing for benzapyrene

KIEV, July 29 Roshen International Confectionery Corporation has said it doubts whether Rospotrebnadzor properly selected samples of its production for analysis.

Income and tax ministry lowers fuel export estimate for first half

KIEV, July 30 The Income and Tax Ministry has revised downwards its statistics of fuel exports (under code 2710).

According to recent data posted on the ministry's Web site, in the first half of 2013, the country exported fuel worth $348.618 million.

Moscow orders 15 An-148 planes for Russian Air Force from Voronezh

MOSCOW, July 30 - The Russian Defense Ministry and Voronezh Aircraft Production Association have signed a contract on the delivery of 15 Antonov An-148 airplanes to the Russian Air Force, an aircraft industry source told Interfax-AVN on Tuesday.

IMF moves to extend Ukraine monitoring of following Standby expiration

KIEV, July 30 The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund has decided that Ukraine is expected to engage in post-program monitoring with the Fund, following the expiration on December 27, 2012 of the Stand-By Arrangement.

Trade dispute with Russians ratchets up

KIEV, July 30 The trade dispute between Ukraine and Russia rapidly escalated on Tuesday with Moscow broadening its ban on imports of confectionary products and Kiev appealing to the World Trade Organization.

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Currencies (in hryvnias)
  07.12.2023 prev
USD 36.69 36.66
RUR 0.397 0.399
EUR 39.54 39.65

Stock Market
  06.12.2023 prev
PFTS 507.0 507.0
source: PFTS


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