Sixty-two countries introduced 159 restrictive measures against Russia as of the end of 2018, Russian news agency Interfax has reported, with reference to the monitoring data of the Russian Ministry of Economic Development for 2018.
As part of a USAID project, Ukraine will receive USD 85 million for reforming the energy sector.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine will protect the interests of small-sized business and the field of information technology (IT).
A Ukrainian delegation headed by Finance Minister Oksana Markarova has begun a working visit to Qatar, the Finance Ministry has reported.
The gross profit of four state-owned banks in Ukraine in 2018 amounted to UAH 13.525 billion, the press service of the Ukrainian Finance Ministry has reported.
Ukraine will be able to refuse from imported gas in the next five years thanks to the opening of access to Ukrainian mineral resources, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman has said.
The electoral process may have a negative impact on the country’s economic growth as the entrepreneurs will wait for the election results, curbing investment.
The European Union has identified the priorities of economic support and assistance to Ukraine, in particular to the southern territories, the areas of the Sea of Azov region, which have been affected by the consequences of the Russian aggression most of all.
The State Statistics Service has confirmed the government forecast for the growth of the Ukrainian economy in the fourth quarter of 2018 by 3.4%, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman has said on Facebook.
PJSC Agrarian Fund presented its products at Gulfood 2019 in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates.
Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman considers that at least four sectors exist for economic growth, namely, agriculture, metallurgy, information technologies and energy fields.
If Ukraine ceases to defend its sovereignty, territorial integrity, security and democracy in the center of Europe, it will “kneel down before the aggressor.”
IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde has stated that Ukraine needs to continue the implementation of structural reforms under the IMF's Stand-By Arrangement.
Trade between Ukraine and the EU has increased by 60% for the past three years.