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13:43 PM Monday, November 20, 2017
By plane, train, automobile and ferry, Ukrainians get new options for foreign travel. Uber started Thursday in Kharkiv, its fifth city in Ukraine
James Brooke Apr 23, 2017
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.
Apr 19, 2017
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.
Apr 14, 2017
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.
Apr 06, 2017
Private company infrastructure investment to grow; new privatization targets; solar power plant construction starts
UBJ Editor Apr 06, 2017
Sea Ports Authority welcomes participation by foreign companies in construction tenders
Apr 04, 2017
More cities and more routes in advance of visa-free travel to EU
Apr 01, 2017
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