Ukraine, despite all the external and internal challenges, is a very profitable country to invest in as its potential is far from being exhausted.
The State Budget 2019 envisages UAH 95.08 billion for Ukrainian healthcare system, the Health Ministry has reported on Facebook.
Budgets of Ukraine’s united territorial communities have increased by an average of 3-4 times and in some communities even by 10 times due to the implementation of decentralization reform.
The fruit and vegetable business analysts point to the rapid growth of avocado imports to Ukraine in 2018, up to more than 4,000 tonnes.
According to results of 11 months of 2018, domestic agricultural and food exports grew by $621.4 million compared with the corresponding period in 2017 and totaled $17.02 billion.
The services of Kyiv Council’s municipal enterprise “Kyivteploenergo” for heating and hot water supply for population from January 1 grew by 22% and 21.5% respectively.
Ukraine will make a recalculation of pensions this year automatically for the first time, on the basis of a clear formula that takes into account the average salary and inflation rate, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman has said.
Ukrainian fruits will appear in Malaysian markets in the near future.
The hryvnia exchange rate will fluctuate within UAH 27.75-29 per U.S. dollar and UAH 31.50-33 per euro in January 2019, according to a forecast for the situation on the foreign currency market in Ukraine by the Forex Club group of companies, which was obtained by Ukrinform.
The provisions of the Regional Convention on pan-Euro-Mediterranean preferential rules of origin (PEM Convention) have started to be applied in bilateral trade between Ukraine and the European Union since January 1, 2019.
The campaign for the declaration of income received by Ukrainian citizens in 2018 began in Ukraine on January 1, 2019, the State Fiscal Service has reported.
The passenger flow at Kyiv's Boryspil International Airport in 2018 amounted to 12.6 million people, the airport’s press service has informed on Facebook.
In 2018, Ukraine attracted large investments in the economy as a result of the implementation of reforms.
For 10 months of 2018, the trade turnover between Ukraine and the Czech Republic grew by 23.3%, amounting to USD 1.5 billion.