France, Turkey and Norway have developments in Ukraine in mind.
Ukraine puts a second airport in the rankings of the fastest-growing in Europe, the State Property Fund is combining forces to put upcoming tenders on ProZorro, and an array of investment activity offers good news.
Steel producers are feeling the pain from the Donbas blockade, the prime minister commits Ukraine to boosting agricultural engineering, and Ukraine recommits to Germany.
Not everything is coming up roses for Ukraine right now, but news about the IMF tranche and rose exports balances the latest downer items from the Donbas.
The banking sector attracts attention yet again, businesses become a Donbas casualty, and the EBRD provides more help for a standout water filtration business.
Trade deal to be ratified in coming months
Visa-free travel for Ukrainians to the EU gets the thumbs-up, and both FDI and sugar exports generated eye-popping numbers in 2016.
Ukrainians' dream of visa-free travel in the EU is on Brussels' lips, the Dnipro subway system receives EU backing, and the World Bank looks to help beef producers.
After a weeklong visit to Ukraine, Timothy Ash warns of troubling times ahead.
An anti-raiding law is making an impact, the Odesa portside plant offer drew some interest, and the country's top mobile operator makes a proposal regarding 4G.
No firm date from the IMF leadership for considering the tranche to Ukraine, Russia moves to counter a Ukrainian remittance ban, and Uber is now in Lviv.
We reach out to Ukraine expert Timothy Ash to hear his views on IM negotiations.