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6:19 AM Sunday, September 24, 2017
Trucks, trains and ships run on diesel; Ukraine eyes natural gas independence in 2020; Oil and gas sector liberalized to attract private investment, domestic and foreign
James Brooke Sep 14, 2017
​Electricity rates lowest in Europe; New car sales up 29 percent; US is largest aid donor to Ukraine; First ‘cryptomats’ open in Kyiv
James Brooke Sep 05, 2017
Promotion agency sets priority: first help existing investors expand in Ukraine
James Brooke Aug 28, 2017
China, the world’s leader in solar panels and wind turbines, invests in renewable energy across Ukraine, a nation bigger than California
James Brooke Aug 23, 2017
Pennsylvania’s Xcoal to supply 700,000 tons of coal to Ukraine. Reliance on Russian energy ‘changes now,’ Perry says
By Bloomberg Aug 01, 2017
Engie SA is considering gigawatt-sized project; Ukrainian government has 60 companies interested in solar park on nuclear accident site
By Bloomberg Jul 08, 2017
Inability to renegotiate $480 million tax debt is part of bureaucratic inertia that leaves Ukraine a net energy importer
Mark Satter Jul 03, 2017
Biggest hacking offensive starts minutes after deadly car bombing in Kyiv
Mark Satter Jun 27, 2017
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