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17:51 PM Sunday, June 24, 2018
When a partially state-owned Chinese company attempted to buy a majority ownership stake in the Ukrainian aerospace company Motor Sich, the courts here blocked the move, freezing the Chinese shares and ordering the SBU to investigate.
UBJ Editor Jun 17, 2018
Law
After visiting Ukraine's front line in the war against Russian-backed separatists, Germany has offered to try kick-starting the stalled peace talks.
UBJ Editor Jun 07, 2018
Polish grain silo producer Feerum now has 39 active contracts worth $36.3 million.
UBJ Editor Jun 05, 2018
Trade has strongly recovered from 2014-2015 crisis as Germans now explore opening an agriculture export agency in Ukraine
UBJ Editor May 30, 2018
If the Champion's League football frenzy doesn't take your fancy, plenty else is happening in the capital this holiday weekend. Car and ice-cream festivals, art fair, new circus shows, jazz concerts and salsa. And Elton John is in town!
UBJ Editor May 25, 2018
The new, $120 million two-track tunnel will reduce bottlenecks on the line and allow for 1,000 rail carriages to Europe each day.
Jack Laurenson May 24, 2018
Red tape is down. Public private partnerships will boost growth. But real estate forum attendees say downsides are: corruption, brain drain, and squeamish foreign bankers
UBJ Editor Nov 23, 2017
Farm leaders say: between modern silos and modern ports stands the state rail monopoly
Mark Satter Nov 15, 2017
Business pioneers fill hotels; ideally, tourists will follow
Mark Satter Nov 13, 2017
Law
Firm prepared report saying ex-leader’s conviction was just Manafort; Gates funneled $4 million for report: indictment
By Bloomberg Nov 13, 2017
Business Ombudsman’s report show State Fiscal Service as main source of complaints; Government approves draft of “Business Pressure Relief Law”
Mark Satter Nov 09, 2017
Anti-corruption court, de-regulate, break electricity generating monopolies, and a market for farm land are among the concrete steps proposed to modernize Ukraine’s economy
Melinda Haring Nov 08, 2017
With hot climates, Africans and Asians have low tolerance for weed seeds or fungi
Aisha Down Nov 06, 2017
Six months have passed since Valeriya Gontareva stepped down
By Bloomberg Nov 03, 2017
Under new US-trained CEO, national postal service sees its future with parcel delivery boom and rural banking
UBJ Editor Nov 02, 2017
From controlling kids’ cell phone use to spraying pesticides by drone, Ukrainian IT startups to be on display at massive Electronics Show
Mark Satter Nov 02, 2017
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