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19:22 PM Sunday, February 26, 2017
No firm date from the IMF leadership for considering the tranche to Ukraine, Russia moves to counter a Ukrainian remittance ban, and Uber is now in Lviv.
David Edwards Feb 24, 2017
We reach out to Ukraine expert Timothy Ash to hear his views on IM negotiations.
Timothy Ash Feb 24, 2017
Ukraine still faces an uphill battle in attracting investors.
Andrew Feb 23, 2017
Kyiv can expect the launch of a cutting-edge Chinese company's local facility this year, the EU cuts Ukraine in on a lucrative SME assistance program, and the National Bank of Ukraine predicts the hit from the Donbas blockade.
David Edwards Feb 23, 2017
In a shock move, oligarch and ally of ex-president Viktor Yanukovych, Dmytro Firtash, has been detained in Vienna.
Andrew Feb 22, 2017
A Ukrainian businessman could be extradited to the U.S., Kharkiv International Airport draws notice from Europe, and international investment banks are seeing Ukraine in a new light.
David Edwards Feb 22, 2017
How dangerous is the coal bloackade in Donbass to Ukraine and its government?
Timothy Ash Feb 21, 2017
A major steel plant announces growth, taxpayers could get a break, and Ukraine is prominent in the top 100 outsourcing firms.
David Edwards Feb 21, 2017
Could a backroom grand bargain between the U.S. and Russia benefit Ukraine?
Timothy Ash Feb 20, 2017
IMF negotiations hit the home stretch, George Soros heats up investment in Ukraine, and the coal crisis appears to have eased.
David Edwards Feb 20, 2017
Ukraine suspends exports of anthracite amid the energy crisis, and a number of newsy happenings take place in the aviation sphere.
David Edwards Feb 17, 2017
The energy situation grows dire, Canada provides a dose of good news, and a ratings agency offers a perspective on the banking system's health.
David Edwards Feb 16, 2017