Consumer inflation continued its growth and totaled 16.2% in August 2017, Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU), Oleh Churiy, has said.
The Marshall Plan for Ukraine initiated by Lithuania will help restore the confidence of international financial institutions and ensure the growth of Ukrainian economy up to 5-7%.
Since the beginning of the crisis in Ukraine’s banking sector, the Deposit Guarantee Fund has sold insolvent banks’ assets for the sum of UAH 6 billion.
Ukraine expects to receive the first EUR 50 million in EU’s financial aid for the Energy Efficiency Fund in the first half of next year.
The document on granting Ukraine additional trade preferences for a period of three years was signed at a plenary session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg on September 13.
Mayor of Kyiv Vitali Klitschko assures that Kyiv is 100% provided with coal reserves.
The Ukrainian Deposit Guarantee Fund has already paid UAH 5.06 billion in reimbursement to 65.7 thousand depositors of insolvent banks in 2017, the Fund’s press service reports.
The ambassadors of G7 countries in Ukraine have again called on the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine to pass without delay the pension reform proposed by the Cabinet of Ministers.
Singapore's transnational corporation Olam International intends to invest in construction of a grain terminal in one of Ukraine's ports.
Residents of Kyiv and Kyiv region receive the highest average salary in Ukraine, according to analytical data from Ukraine's leading job search website Work.ua.
Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman says that the Cabinet of Ministers intends to allocate UAH 1 billion to support Ukrainian farmers.
Russia has lost another tool for energy blackmailing thanks to supplies of American coal to Ukraine.
The Cabinet of Ministers has appointed Yuriy Luchechko as acting Director of the state-run enterprise Ukrspyrt.
Energy Minister Ihor Nasalyk signed a new statute of the national energy company Ukrenergo, which was developed as part of the company’s reform.