By plane, train, automobile and ferry, Ukrainians get new options for foreign travel. Uber started Thursday in Kharkiv, its fifth city in 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.
Starting in June, Ukrainian citizens do not need visas for 90-day stays in the 22-nations of Schengen Zone. Main exceptions in Western Europe are UK, Ireland,Switzerland and Norway.
Private company infrastructure investment to grow; new privatization targets; solar power plant construction starts
Sea Ports Authority welcomes participation by foreign companies in construction tenders
More cities and more routes in advance of visa-free travel to EU