S&P confirmed Ukraine's rating at "B/B and expects GDP growth by 4% in 2021
S&P Global Ratings, an international rating agency, expects Ukraine's real gross domestic product (GDP) to grow by 4% in 2021 after the expected economic decline by 4.2% in 2020
Largest Crimean winery "Massandra" was sold for $ 72.6 million to the subsidiary of Bank Russia
The shares and property of one of the largest wineries in Europe were acquired at an electronic auction by Yuzhny Project LLC, a subsidiary of Bank Russia
Ukraine is experiencing an investment boom in delivery and logistics
Investments in delivery and logistics sector in Ukraine increased 18 times in the 3rd quarter 2020
EBRD press release Hot testing starts at Chernobyl spent-fuel storage
Key step towards the long-term safe storage of the Chernobyl NPP spent nuclear fuel legacy
EBRD supports Ukraine’s air navigator with €25 million loan
Solidarity financing addressing working capital and liquidity needs
UkraineInvest office to become base for 'investment nannies'
The UkraineInvest Investment Promotion Office will become the basis for "investment nannies"
World Bank approves $350 mln loan to support reforms for economic recovery in Ukraine
The World Bank's Board of Executive Directors today approved a $350 million First Economic Recovery Development Policy Loan (DPL) for Ukraine in support of reforms that are critical to economic ...
Ukraine planning to offer 12-year dollar eurobonds, buy back 2021, 2022 issues
Ukraine is planning to offer a new issue of 12-year dollar-denominated eurobonds
National Bank of Ukraine cuts key policy rate from 8% to 6%
The Board of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has decided to cut the key policy rate from 8% to 6% effective
IMF Executive Board Approves 18-month US$5 Billion Stand-By Arrangement for Ukraine
The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) approved today an 18-month Stand-by Arrangement for Ukraine, with access equivalent to SDR 3.6 billion (about US$5 billion or 179 ...
International investors in RES urge govt to sign compromise memo as soon as possible
Group of international investors operating and building renewable energy facilities in Ukraine have asked the government to sign a memorandum on resolving issues in the field of renewable energy ...
EBRD ups drive to source local currency financing and strengthen economies against coronavirus
Local currency swap accords sealed with three central banks
Ukrainian parliament lifts longstanding moratorium of farmland sales
Ukraine’s parliament has finally passed a law legalizing the sale of farmland and lifting the country’s 19-year moratorium on land transactions
Olvia Sea Port Concession Agreement Concluded
Qatar and Ukraine signed on Thursday a 35-year concession agreement to develop and operate the Ukrainian Port of SC Olvia
PowerChina signs MOU to reconstruct airport in Rivne, Ukraine
Rivne regional administration signed a memorandum of cooperation with Power Construction Corporation of China (PowerChina) on the reconstruction of Rivne International Airport in northwest Ukraine.
Ukrainian Parliament approved the allocation of 2 billion UAH to Entrepreneurship Development Fund
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine has passed the bill on functioning of the Entrepreneurship Development Fund at second reading.
Hryvnia took first place among currencies in world ranking in terms of rate of strengthening
Since beginning of 2019, hryvnia has strengthened against dollar by 19%
How the new agricultural land sales market in Ukraine might look
Farmer works the fields in Kyiv Oblast, on April 17, 2018. With the 16 year old land moratorium about to end, farmers that were cultivating leased land, might finally be able to own it.
Ratings agency Fitch upgrades Ukraine to “B” with a positive outlook
Ukraine's ratings upgrade follows strong Q2 economic growth of 4.6% and comes as the new Zelenskyy government wins plaudits for its reformist posturing and initial appointments
International investors will be able to buy agricultural land in Ukraine by 2020
Newly elected Ukrainian Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk has pledged to liberalise the land market in Ukraine by the middle of 2020 with a option to purchase farmland by foreigners