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13:30 PM Wednesday, November 14, 2018
The Russian annexation of Crimea hammered the final nails into the coffin of Ukraine's Black Sea seafood industry. But now, thanks to the efforts and entrepreneurship of coastal aquaculture farmers, it's making a comeback.
UBJ Editor Aug 04, 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
With a focus on trade, transport and security, Ukraine and Poland's bilateral cooperation is strengthening.
UBJ Editor May 22, 2018
For the first time in the half century history of the World Economic Forum, a house will showcase Ukraine to visiting executives
Jack Laurenson Jan 21, 2018
To feed the tech engine, companies have already recruited across Ukraine
Jack Laurenson Jan 18, 2018
Kyiv government seems to think it can muddle through to March 2019 elections, without taking the hard decisions on corruption
Timothy Ash Jan 17, 2018
Draft law not seen as creating an independent court
By Bloomberg Jan 15, 2018
Gazprom wants gas supply contract fulfilled; Naftogaz says wait until next month's court ruling on the gas transit contract
By Bloomberg Jan 11, 2018
IT execs made the case for Britain, Germany; now they set their sites on New York and Toronto
Jack Laurenson Jan 10, 2018
Built by a Swiss company and powered by Austrian engines, the Khmelnytskiy plant will convert manure, corn silage and sugar beet pulp into 15.6 mw of electricity
Jack Laurenson Jan 09, 2018
Dredging ports, building grain silos and highways, China moves while Russia watches
UBJ Editor Jan 06, 2018
Doubtful that IMF, EU money will flow to Ukraine in a pre-election year
Anders Aslund Jan 03, 2018
Kyiv keeps putting off land reforms, despite pressure from the IMF and investors
By Bloomberg Jan 03, 2018
Poroshenko reportedly to decide between Acting Governor Smoliy and Raiffeisen's Lavrenchuk; Last governor quit eight months ago.
By Bloomberg Dec 19, 2017
Three years after Maidan, Dmytro Firtash still controls 75% of home gas delivery; scams continue, Naftogaz head says
Melinda Haring Dec 19, 2017
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