When given the choice, Central European governments and employers choose Ukrainian
Electricity rates lowest in Europe; New car sales up 29 percent; US is largest aid donor to Ukraine; First ‘cryptomats’ open in Kyiv
Teenagers travel 12 hours and 800 kilometers to attend 2-week English language summer camp near Kyiv
Belgian real estate developer unveils plans for Lviv’s second Euro-standard residential suburb – on the road to Poland
Off the beaten track: Territory of Terror Museum gives visitors a taste of Nazi Jewish Ghetto and Soviet Transit Prison
Private hospitals, private health insurance, medical tourism, drug sales, drug testing and drug manufacturing could all benefit from laws before the Rada this summer
With Kyiv’s smooth and successful hosting of Eurovision, Europe glimpsed a different Ukraine
Heritage sites on sale at low prices; government draws Central Europe’s tourism boom to Ukraine
Chance to show 230 million Europeans modern, post-revolution Ukraine
Ukrgasbank starts to issue interest-free loans for electric car purchase; DTEK buys 600,000 metric tons of coal in South Africa; Ukroboronprom sees net income rise by 31.2% in 2016.
Ukraine to launch big blockchain deal with tech firm Bitfury; The charter capital of Naftogaz of Ukraine has grown by $1.1 billion; Wizz Air launches flights between Lviv and Wroclaw.
A Russian boycott could reduce pressure on hotel rooms