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    Ukrainian businessman Akhmetov sells concentrating plant in occupied Donbas
    Sep07

    Ukrainian businessman Akhmetov sells concentrating plant in occupied Donbas

    Financial and industrial SCM Group, owned by Ukrainian businessman Rinat Akhmetov, has sold 99.98% of the shares in the Kolosnikovskaya Central Concentrating Plant, located in the occupied area of Donetsk region. This was stated in the information disclosure system of the National Commission on Securities and Stock Market. According to the...

    Russian troops attack 21 times in 24 hours, fire 120mm mortars, Ukraine doesn’t answer
    Sep07

    Russian troops attack 21 times in 24 hours, fire 120mm mortars, Ukraine doesn’t answer

    Combined Russian-separatist forces attacked Ukrainian army positions in eastern Ukraine 21 times in the past 24 hours, including 15 times in the Mariupol sector, three times in the Donetsk sector and three times in the Luhansk sector, according to the press center of the Anti-Terrorist Operation headquarters. With the exception of single armed...

    Putin`s official car involved in head-on crash in Moscow, his `favorite chauffeur` killed (VIDEO)
    Sep07

    Putin`s official car involved in head-on crash in Moscow, his `favorite chauffeur` killed (VIDEO)

    Russian media has revealed that a head-on crash in which a man was killed involved Vladimir Putin`s official black BMW, according to The Daily Mail. However the Russian President was not in the car at the time when it was struck head-on by another vehicle which crossed over from the opposite side of the road, The Daily Mail wrote. CCTV images of...

    WSJ: U.S. transferred $1.3 bln more in cash to Iran after initial payment
    Sep07

    WSJ: U.S. transferred $1.3 bln more in cash to Iran after initial payment

    The Obama administration followed up a planeload of $400 million in cash sent to Iran in January with two more such shipments in the next 19 days, totaling another $1.3 billion, according to congressional officials briefed by the U.S. State, Treasury and Justice departments, The Wall Street Journal reported. The cash payments – made in Swiss...

    U.S. adds 81 entities from Hong Kong, India and Russia to list of companies sanctioned over Crimea, Donbas
    Sep07

    U.S. adds 81 entities from Hong Kong, India and Russia to list of companies sanctioned over Crimea, Donbas

    The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) of the U.S. Department of Commerce has amended the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) by adding eighty-one entities under eighty-six entries to the Entity List subject to sanctions over Crimea and Donbas. ”The eighty-one entities who are added to the Entity List have been determined by the U.S....

    Reuters: Oil edges lower amid scepticism about output freeze
    Sep07

    Reuters: Oil edges lower amid scepticism about output freeze

    Oil prices inched lower on Wednesday as market participants remained skeptical that producers will reach an agreement to freeze output to rein in a global supply glut, Reuters reported. London Brent crude for November delivery was down 4 cents at $47.22 a barrel by 2018 EST, after settling down 37 cents on Tuesday, according to Reuters. NYMEX...

    NBU cuts official exchange rate to UAH 26.84 to dollar
    Sep07

    NBU cuts official exchange rate to UAH 26.84 to dollar

    The National Bank of Ukraine on Tuesday evening lowered the official hryvnia exchange rate by six kopiykas, bringing the national currency to UAH 26.84 to the dollar. The Central Bank set the following official exchange rates of the hryvnia against leading foreign currencies for September 7: $100 costs UAH 2,684.8462 (on September 6, it was UAH...

    EU to decide on sanctions against supporters of Crimea and Donbas occupiers Sep 6
    Sep06

    EU to decide on sanctions against supporters of Crimea and Donbas occupiers Sep 6

    The European Union on Wednesday, September 7, will take a decision regarding sanctions applicable to 146 individuals and 37 companies for violation of the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine, an UNIAN correspondent in Brussels reported citing its sources in the European Council. The decision will be taken at the meeting of the...

    Ukrainian journalists find most popular countries for fleeing corrupt officials
    Sep06

    Ukrainian journalists find most popular countries for fleeing corrupt officials

    The Nashi Groshi investigatory journalism website has decided to experiment by placing powerful fugitives from Ukraine on the world map. It is noted that the most popular destination for those suspected of corruption is Russia, a report says. Among those who are currently hiding in Russia are former Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov, former...

    Ukraine coal imports worth US$900 mln, with lion`s share coming from Russia
    Sep06

    Ukraine coal imports worth US$900 mln, with lion`s share coming from Russia

    Ukraine imported US$902.2 million worth of bituminous and anthracite coal in January-August 2016, according to the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine (SFSU). In particular, Ukraine imported US$594.9 million worth of coal from Russia and US$132.7 million worth of coal from the United States. Coal shipments from Australia were valued at US$49.5...

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