In January-September 2019, revenues from taxes transferred to the state budget made up UAH 331.1 billion, which is 15.8% more compared with the relevant period last year, the press service of the State Tax Service reported.
The population in Ukraine does not feel price reductions for many reasons, in particular, due to inertia in pricing, low competition on individual markets, which helps businesses keep prices high even amid lower costs, and rising wages in Ukraine, the press service of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has reported.
The Ukrainian Finance Ministry successfully held the first auction to sell government domestic loan bonds via Bloomberg platform.
The statistical average monthly salary in the Ukrainian agricultural sector reached UAH 5,984, which is three times less compared with the data provided by employers, the agrarian web portal kurkul.com reported.
Ukraine's public and publicly guaranteed debt amounted to UAH 2.067 trillion or $81.92 billion as of August 31, 2019, the Ukrainian Finance Ministry has reported.
Cyprus-based Raga Establishment Limited and SCM Financial Overseas Limited have reached a settlement on the sale of Ukrtelecom in 2013, SCM's press service has reported.
The capital of Ukraine, Kyiv, ranks the 34th in the list of world startups.
The Infrastructure Ministry has announced competitions for the posts of new heads of the State Agency of Automobile Roads (Ukravtodor) and the State Service for Transport Security (Ukrtransbezpeka).
The Energy and Environmental Protection Ministry has proposed that rent payments for amber production be reduced from 25% to 15% so that to combat illegal amber mining in Ukraine.
The Cabinet of Ministers has proposed amendments to the 2019 state budget to provide UAH 1 billion in additional funding for the salaries of coal miners, according to the press service of the Energy and Environmental Protection Ministry.
Prime Minister of Ukraine Oleksiy Honcharuk has stated that the Cabinet of Ministers does not intend to raise taxes.
The Cabinet of Ministers expects to attract $50 billion in investments into the Ukrainian economy by 2024, according to a new government’s action program published on the parliament’s website.
The Ukrainian government plans to make the land market transparent by the end of 2020, according to a new government’s action program.
The Government of Ukraine plans to achieve 40% economic growth and attract $50 billion in investment over the next five years.
The Deposit Guarantee Fund last week sold insolvent banks' assets worth UAH 73.95 million, the fund's press service reported.