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Path to 100% Renewables for Ukraine by Wärtsilä Presentation (February 2020).
Fitch Ratings has affirmed Ukraine's Long-Term Foreign- and Local-Currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDR) at 'B'. The Outlook is Positive.
The National Bank of Ukraine has cut the key policy rate to 10% effective 13 March 2020.
Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers announced that it has extended the quarantine period until April 24 and declared an emergency situation.
Parliament of Ukraine adopts Land Market Reform!
ATB, the Ukrainian largest supermarket chain, is keeping its plan to open 100 new stores in 2020, Borys Markov, director general of Dnipro-based ATB Corporation, said Tuesday in an ‘anti-crisis’ online management webinar. Markov said the chain experienced wild volatility in daily sales in late March, ranging from a 20% drop to a 50% rise. With 1,101 stores, the discount chain is credited with keeping prices low, sending key pricing signals to competitors.
The Board of the National Bank of Ukraine has decided to cut the key policy rate from 10% to 8% effective 24 April 2020. The continued monetary easing aims to support the economy during the period of pandemic and quarantine.
Today, on April 28, the new law, aiming to fight against the legalization of income derived from crimes, has entered into force in Ukraine.
15MW Solar Project Under Construction in Dnipro Region of Ukraine is available for 100% sale. Planned COD Date: June 2020. Sale price: 12,000,000 EUR.
Solar PV projects available for sale in Ukraine by A7 CAPITAL. Details:
Ukraine improved by 13 positions and ranked 26 out of 117 countries in the international budget transparency rating Open Budget Index.

Ukraine has a transparency score of 63 (out of 100), while global average is 45.
Today, the Rada voted on the ‘anti-Kolomoisky’ financial bill the final obstacle between Ukraine and a $5 billion IMF Standby deal. The bill blocked Kolomoisky from regaining control over PrivatBank.
Ukraine’s largest port, Pivdennyi, grew the fastest – handling 21 million tons, a 33% jump over last year. Mykolaiv saw a 4% drop. Chornomorsk and Odesa saw minor growth. These four ports handled 87% of Ukraine’s sea trade. Mariupol, Ukraine’s main port on the contested Sea of Azov, saw a 33% increase in cargo, to 2.2 million tons.
Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers agreed yesterday to import enough US natural gas to cover half of Ukraine’s annual import needs. Under the memorandum signed with Louisiana Natural Gas Exports Inc, Ukraine would import “at least” 5.5 billion cubic meters of gas via Poland. On an average year, Ukraine imports about 10 bcm. The gas would arrive as liquefied natural gas at Poland’s sole LNG landing terminal, at Świnoujście, on the Baltic. The EU is funding a major expansion of the terminal.
International Monetary Fund Executive Board Approves 18-month US$5 Billion Stand-By Arrangement for Ukraine.
Ukraine Investor Presentation for July 2020 prepared by the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine.
Audit of the Ukrainian economy and Vectors of economic development until 2030 presented on November 06, 2020.