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1:27 AM Saturday, September 23, 2017
Will the return to the bond market derail drive for economic reform?
Anders Aslund Sep 19, 2017
Ukraine’s European choice will have to become more decisive, doubling its portion of overall trade with Europe from 37 percent to 75 percent.
James Brooke Sep 16, 2017
Speakers at annual Yalta European Strategy meeting call for more free market economic changes
James Brooke Sep 15, 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
Bloomberg’s Gadfly columnist says the stars – and the facts on the ground – align for successful launch of Ukraine’s bonds this week
By Bloomberg Sep 13, 2017
With the IMF mission in town this week, reform goals include freeing energy prices, creating a farm land market, and anti-corruption courts with teeth
Timothy Ash Sep 13, 2017
Iran trade fair in Kyiv puts spotlight on growing two-way trade; Ukraine food exports to top $1billion this year, making Iran Ukraine's 8th largest food customer
James Brooke Sep 13, 2017
When given the choice, Central European governments and employers choose Ukrainian
James Brooke Sep 12, 2017
Political figures are lining up that may push for elections next year, one year early
Timothy Ash Sep 11, 2017
Survey: Ukraine is to be top destination this year for hedge fund managers; Kiev International Economic Forum attendance to double; Park Inn to open; Regus at near capacity ​
James Brooke Sep 11, 2017
Ukraine plans sale of first Eurobonds since 2015 restructuring ; Floodgates about to open in emerging-market sales: Pinebridge
By Bloomberg Sep 07, 2017
FT: Ukraine’s reform drive is powering ahead
Timothy Ash Sep 06, 2017
RUK, or Russia-Ukraine-Kazakhstan, is increasingly influential in global wheat markets
The UBJ Sep 05, 2017
World food consumption is to grow by one quarter by 2025; Ukraine, a growing world food power, is one of the few countries expected to meet the challenge
The UBJ Sep 05, 2017
Given Central Europe’s high wages and low unemployment levels, prefabricating construction panels in Ukraine makes economic sense
James Brooke Sep 01, 2017
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