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Ukrainian government to issue bonds pegged to GDP indicators

KIEV, Aug. 28 The Ukrainian government has approved the preliminary conditions of the issue of value recovery instruments (VRI, bonds) pegged to GDP indicators.

Poroshenko and Belgian PM agree to develop bilateral relations

KIEV, Aug. 28 President Petro Poroshenko and Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel have agreed to develop bilateral relations between their two countries.

PM: EU free-trade deal will come in 2016 despite Russian threats

KIEV, Aug. 28 - Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk said that the Agreement on a Free Trade Area with the European Union will come into force in early 2016 despite Russia's threats to impose an embargo on Ukrainian goods.

Debt restructuring deal tantamount to default, 2 ratings agencies say

KIEV, Aug. 28 - The debt restructuring deal Ukraine has struck with a group of creditors was seen Friday as tantamount to a default of payment, according to ratings agencies Fitch and Standard & Poor's, AFP reported.

Latest ceasefire proposal gains traction

PARIS, Aug. 29 - France, Germany and Russia back plans for a complete ceasefire in eastern Ukraine from Sept. 1, the French presidency said after their respective leaders spoke by telephone on Saturday, Reuters reported.

Journalism conference to open in Zhovtnevy Palace on Sept. 3

KIEV, Aug. 28 The 64th World Newspaper Congress and the 19th World Editors Forum will open on September 3 at the International Center of Culture and Art (Zhovtnevy Palace) in Kiev.

Government may spend money to rein in bread prices, says official

KIEV, Aug. 28 The state will do everything possible to rein in prices of bread in Ukraine, despite a rise in the price of grain on the global markets, and the government could introduce direct support for bakeries, Social Policy Minister Serhiy Tyhypko said.

Azarov dismisses talk of Ukraine default

KIEV, Aug. 30 Prime Minister Mykola Azarov on Thursday rejected speculation Ukraine may be heading towards default and suggested the government will continue a budget policy that challenges recommendations of the International Monetary Fund.

Polish president to bring up Tymoshenko case in Yanukovych talks

KIEV, Aug. 29 - Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski plans to discuss the situation with Ukraine's Former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko during talks with his Ukrainian counterpart Viktor Yanukovych this week, Polish Radio reported on Monday.

PM: Ukraine will cut Russian natgas imports by two-thirds in 5 years

KIEV, Aug. 30 Ukraine plans to cut Russian natural gas imports by two thirds within the next five years, replacing it with domestically extracted resources, like coal, Prime Minister Mykola Azarov said Tuesday.

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USD 41.26 41.01
RUR 0.468 0.464
EUR 44.98 44.73

Stock Market
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PFTS 507.0 507.0
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