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    S&P confirms Kyiv rating at `B-`
    May22

    S&P confirms Kyiv rating at `B-`

    S&P Global Ratings has affirmed the long-term credit rating of the Ukrainian capital City of Kyiv at the level of `B-` with a stable outlook, according to the agency`s website. In 2017-2019, Kyiv`s strong budgetary performance and solid cash position will counterbalance institutional uncertainties and the potential crystallization of...

    Czechs to provide CZK 35 mln for Ukraine`s reconstruction
    May22

    Czechs to provide CZK 35 mln for Ukraine`s reconstruction

    The Czech Republic could contribute 35 million crowns (almost $1.5 million) to the reconstruction of Ukraine and support for its democratic transformation in 2017-18, according to a proposal by the Foreign Ministry that the government will discuss on Monday, according to PragueMonitor. The government already made a decision on support for Ukraine...

    OpenDataBot says 72 Ukrainian companies ”disappear” from state register
    May22

    OpenDataBot says 72 Ukrainian companies ”disappear” from state register

    Some 72 companies have disappeared from Ukraine`s Unified State Register of Legal Entities, Individual Entrepreneurs and Public Organizations over the past year, according to OpenDataBot, the service for monitoring the data on Ukrainian companies` registration. Each of those companies can be associated with raiding and money laundering, the...

    Russian ambassador Kislyak and close Putin’s friend, Ukrainian oligarch Medvedchuk was in contact with Trump campaign – Reuters
    May21

    Russian ambassador Kislyak and close Putin’s friend, Ukrainian oligarch Medvedchuk was in contact with Trump campaign – Reuters

    Michael Flynn and other advisers to Donald Trump`s campaign were in contact with Russian officials and others with Kremlin ties in at least 18 calls and emails during the last seven months of the 2016 presidential race, current and former U.S. officials familiar with the exchanges told Reuters. Six of the previously undisclosed contacts described...

    Turkey publishes agreement with Ukraine on travel with use of ID cards
    May21

    Turkey publishes agreement with Ukraine on travel with use of ID cards

    The Resmi Gazete, the official publication of the Republic of Turkey, has published an agreement with Ukraine on travel of both countries` citizens with the use of ID cards, according to Chairman of the State Migration Service of Ukraine Maksym Sokoliuk. ”On May 20, the Turkish authorities officially published decision 2017/10324 to amend the...

    OPEC heads towards supply cut extension as Saudi signals most on board
    May21

    OPEC heads towards supply cut extension as Saudi signals most on board

    OPEC and other oil producers are on course to agree an extension of supply cuts at a meeting on Thursday, with Saudi Arabia saying most participants are on board with the plan to rein in a global supply glut, according to Reuters. Saudi Arabia`s energy minister said on Sunday that extending the supply cuts by a further nine months until next...

    Ukrainian exports of cereals exceed 38 mln tonnes
    May21

    Ukrainian exports of cereals exceed 38 mln tonnes

    Ukrainian farmers since the beginning of the 2016-2017 marketing year (MY, July 2016 – June 2017) exported a record 39.14 million tonnes of grains, the press service of the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food reported. ”As of May 17, 2017 Ukraine sets a new record – in the current marketing year, 39.14 million tonnes of cereals was...

    Pension reform: Ukrainians to be able to ”buy” up to five years of pensionable service
    May21

    Pension reform: Ukrainians to be able to ”buy” up to five years of pensionable service

    The new pension reform developed by Ukraine`s government suggests that Ukrainians who have reached the retirement age but lack the required length of pensionable service will be able to ”buy” up to five years of pension insurance record, according to the governmental portal. ”If a person applying for old-age benefits does not have enough years of...

    Russia demands WTO consultations due to Ukrainian sanctions
    May21

    Russia demands WTO consultations due to Ukrainian sanctions

    The Russian Federation has sent a request to the Dispute Settlement Body of the World Trade Organization (WTO) for consultations in connection with Ukrainian sanctions imposed against Russia, according to Russia`s Economic Development Minister Maxim Oreshkin, TASS reports. ”Russia`s representation to the WTO in Geneva has sent to the WTO`s...

    Ukrainian government approves deal with Turkey for passport-free travel
    May21

    Ukrainian government approves deal with Turkey for passport-free travel

    The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved an agreement with the Turkish government on Wednesday allowing their citizens to travel to each other`s countries without passports, according to Daily Sabah. Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman disclosed that the decision was accepted without discussion, Daily Sabah wrote. The deal was signed...

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