Week’s balance: Incentives for economy, falling prices and Europe's interest in GTS
The Ukrainian Government has announced it is drafting a package of incentives for the revival of the national economy and hinted at the rigidity of the draft state budget for 2017; consumer prices fell again; while Europe showed interest in the Ukrainian gas transportation system – these are the main economic news of the past week.
Trade Mission to Asia: Romance with tigers
The visit of the Ukrainian authorities to Malaysia and Indonesia resulted in reaching agreements on trade liberalization and the establishment of business contacts – the important steps aimed to diversify markets under the conditions of hybrid war with Russia.
Ukraine’s banks in anticipation of potential buyers
The Ukrainian banking system has survived a deep crisis and needs investment to grow. It is actually best to buy when the market is at the bottom. But the experts doubt that in the current realities, the investors are willing to take a chance and buy Ukrainian banks.
Stepan Kubiv: Ukrainian populists ganged up against important reforms and they zombify our society no less than Russian propaganda
The changes proposed by the Government should by the end of the year bring the country on the path of sustainable economic development. In an exclusive interview with UNIAN, First Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Stepan Kubiv, has told, what exactly we are to expect.
Director of Guarantee Fund: "We do not forgive debts"
Managing Director of the Individual Deposits Guarantee Fund Kostyantyn Vorushylin has told UNIAN about the last high-profile bankruptcies and difficulties in relations with law enforcement agencies, despite which first owners and top managers of bankrupt banks will soon be announced suspicion in criminal cases.