Tuesday, June 2
20 September, 2013
A Burden on the Economy
While tycoons pay most of their taxes offshore, the budget crisis is escalating along with increasing tax pressure on non-oligarch businesses
The coming crisis
A little less conversation, a little more reforms
The mirror of development
Where’s brotherly Russia when you need it?
Twilight of the oligarchs
The Ukrainian Myth – the Breadbasket of the World
Oligarchs Under the Tuscan Sun
A Road Map for Economic De-Sovietization
Cure for Poverty
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The World Bank:
Without urgent reforms, Ukraine's budget and current-account deficits will widen beyond the government’s control
American Chamber of Commerce calls on Ukrainian government to stop discrimination of business
Ex-Finance Minister Viktor Pynzenyk
: The government has spent USD 16bn to support stable hryvnia exchange rate over the past two years
: Ukraine is among top 10 emerging markets most vulnerable to a freeze in capital inflows
Experts: the future of the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU dependents on the stance of the Ukrainian oligarchs
Expert: the pro-Russian business lobby in Ukraine is today weaker than at the beginning of Yanukovych’s presidency
EBRD plans hryvnia bonds, swaps and money market deals in Ukraine
Standard & Poor’s
: Ukraine and Turkey are the liquidity squeeze liders
Fitch revises Ukraine's outlook to negative
Deficit of Ukraine's foreign trade in goods, services 97% down in Jan-April
The deficit of foreign trade in commodities over the period under review shrank by 55%
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Ukraine in UN urges Russia to give up "logic of war" in Donbas
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Ukrainian police detain far-right activists for hooliganism against pro-Russia party HQ
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Ukraine to submit evidence against Russia in case of seizure of Ukrainian sailors to ITLOS
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