|16 July||Breaking news|
Ukraine wants to increase its annual state budget by imposing additional taxes on local operations of tech giants like Apple, Netflix and Facebook
|22 December, 2016||Economics|
Half of Ukraine’s able-bodied adults are not paying taxes or social contributions, but still demand social services and benefits. How can this change?
|19 August, 2015||Economics|
An overview of Ukraine’s new tax system
|19 August, 2013||Politics|
The flight of Petro Melnyk, a notorious rector of the National Tax Service University arrested while taking a bribe, from under house arrest exposes the severe degradation of Ukrainian law enforcement
|13 August, 2013||News|
|11 July, 2013||News|
Russia plans to put trade sanctions on Ukraine, penalising imports of chocolate, coal and glass in retaliation for a Ukrainian emergency import tax on cars which has drawn World Trade Organisation opposition, Reuters reports
|3 June, 2013||News|
The Ministry of Revenues and Duties is going to abolish tax privileges for a number of industries starting from 2014
|21 May, 2013||News|
The issue of price increases for households is highly politicized in Ukraine, writes Olzhas Auyezov, Reuters journalist.
|1 April, 2013|
On December 8, 1993, when the new Income Tax Act was passed, was the first time that a piece of legislation had drawn an ovation. On that day, Parliament laid the capstone on the entire process of tax reform, which signified the start of a brand-new period for Estonian tax policy
|19 March, 2013||News|
The new tax on bank deposits in the offshore tax haven is unlikely to hit Ukrainian businesses and wealthy individuals hard as they keep large amounts of funds elsewhere, expert says.
|19 March, 2013||News|
New car duties on car imports protect Ukrainian oligarchs but risk infuriating fellow WTO members, FT writes.
|17 December, 2012||Economics|
Business not owned by oligarchs will find itself in a much more difficult position in 2013, under the influence of the growing appetites of the government and the sluggish economy.
|23 October, 2012||Economics|
Official inflation rates are being artificially understated in Ukraine to manipulate consumer expenditures
|31 August, 2012||Economics|
First things first – the healing of Ukraine’s economy must go hand in hand with structural reform and technological upgrading of assets.
|18 June, 2012||Economics|
The Ukrainian government is taking money out of the real economy – the receipts of the national budget increased much faster than Ukraine’s GDP in 2010-12
|2 June, 2012||Economics|
Economic growth is impossible without macroeconomic stability. The latter is understood as the stability of financial-monetary parameters of a national economy in time.
|23 May, 2012||Economics|
The way the primary income of Ukrainians and Ukrainian businesses is re-distributed through the allocation of tax, pension and social entitlement funds reflects the government’s indifference to their needs.
|24 October, 2011||Economics|
According to Anatoliy Blyzniuk, one-time Governor of Donetsk Oblast, UAH 2,500 is perfectly enough for a person to live on. The Ukrainian Week investigates whether Mr. Blyzniuk is right
|14 October, 2011||Economics|
The government is trying to get off the IMF needle but is not prepared for the pain of withdrawal. Ukraine’s sovereign debt and fiscal load are set to grow in 2012, and default may become a reality in 2013
|29 September, 2011||Economics|
Smart dealers fleece drivers for over UAH 100 million for parking in Kyiv
|1 August, 2011||Economics|
Economic growth will not take place without true deregulation and improved tax conditions for small and medium businesses.
|2 June, 2011||Economics|
Export dynamics, inflation and privatisation help the government fill the budget, while at the same time they are increasing pressure on taxpayers
|2 June, 2011||Economics|
Ukraine will have to clean the Augean Stables of the tycoon-controlled economy regardless of how the global financial crisis develops
|13 May, 2011||World|
Denmark’s Ambassador to Ukraine Michael Borg-Hansen: “We are indeed an egalitarian country: few people are rich, and at the same time a mere handful of Danes are underprivileged”
|10 May, 2011||Economics|
The authorities have enough powers in their hands to launch any reform but the nature of relations among those in power results in the dragging out of changes or confusing their essence
|15 April, 2011||Politics|
The government is essentially putting over one million fixed-rate taxpayers out of business
|12 April, 2011||Politics|
Government policies and an inert opposition stir new protest movements
|5 April, 2011||Politics|
|30 March, 2011||Economics|
The Tax Code cut the number of small business owners in Ukraine and opened the way for the unofficial collection of taxes