Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Kiev’

Gasoline prices continue to rise in Ukraine

Sunday, June 27th, 2010

June 16 came into force Act № 6337 “On amendments to some legislative acts (in terms of taxation), which provides for an increase in excise duty on petroleum products. Higher fiscal burden of oil traders are already embedded in retail prices, thereby shifting the problem onto the shoulders of consumers. In the short term fuel will continue to go up under the pressure of world trends.

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Ukrainian banks can’t earn on the difference in exchange rates

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

Hryvnia has remained stable against the U.S. dollar. At the same time in the last three months the rate is kept at a level below 8 UAH / USD. Exchange rate fluctuations are almost invisible, in May, the value of the course thrilled at around 7,92-7,93 UAH / USD. In such circumstances, banks are almost lost one of the main sources of income – income from foreign exchange.

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Kiev will have the biggest skyscraper in Eastern Europe

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010

Investors are returning to the construction market of Ukraine’s capital. Now comes only foreign investment in Ukrainian real estate, but experience shows, that foreign investors are always bringing up our own. According to Open Knowledge, a group of investors from the UAE have developed and begun to approve a project built 90 (!) Storey skyscraper in Solomenskiy district of the capital of Ukraine.

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Tymoshenko is bankrupt

Sunday, June 6th, 2010

A woman on a million dollars, as it is sometimes referred to the ex-prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko, as before remains very poor. This follows from its declaration, which yesterday published a “Ukrainian Truth”. So, last year, a lover of clothes from Louis Vuitton (one more thing – from $ 1 thousand) earned 219,5 thousand UAH.

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Keep it dark: Kiev lost the light

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

In the capital of Ukraine organized a dark. Energy supplying company “Kyivenerho”, as repeatedly promised, shut off lights seven main streets, as well as electricity to the area of Bessarabia. Indicative flogging, no accident has occurred in the heart of Kiev.

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Exchange rate euro is close to the bottom

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

Exchange Rate Euros are extremely vulnerable field. Thus, the common currency on Tuesday continued its decline in the currency market is – the pressure of the external background stories and economists of the dire crisis in the banking system of Spain, which on Friday was relatively healthy, spodvigli investors to resume the reduction of positions on EUR / USD.

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Ukraine wants Russia to return the 23 billion dollars from the Fund of the USSR

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

Last weekend in a dispute over foreign ownership of the former Soviet Union joined the President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovich. In an interview to Ukrainian TV, he said that does not support the transfer of all assets in favor of Russia and proposes to divide it between the former Soviet republics. However, once the reservation that is not yet exactly how this should be done.

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Ukraine wants Russia to return the tens of billions of dollars urgently

Sunday, May 23rd, 2010

Ukraine suddenly remembered the legacy of the great Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. One would like to add the free … Kiev said the claim on the property of the USSR, which for the most part passed into the disposal of the Russian Federation. Ted the past becomes a tradition in Ukraine – political analysts say. So, the president and the Ukrainian government in favor of an immediate distribution of property of the former Soviet Union among all former Soviet republics, said on Sunday Viktor Yanukovych in an interview three Ukrainian television channels.

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Riots in Bangkok turned into war: at least 18 people were killed

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

At least 18 people were killed, more than one hundred injured varying degrees of severity during the storm opposition camp in one area of Bangkok. Thailand’s capital turned into a battlefield – the correspondent of The Globalist. A lot of armor, which was used by the Thai government during the storming of the opposition camp fire. Around town the opposition raised clouds of black smoke, set ablaze hundreds of tires. The meeting at the Ratchaprasong Square in the heart of “town” of the opposition in Bangkok continues, despite the fact that the government troops began shelling the barricades “town”.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average began to grow rapidly

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average and S & P 500 steadily kept in the green zone. On Wednesday, May 12, the American stock market in the first half of the trading session demonstrates positive dynamics. At the epicenter of the rally were regional banks have received favorable reviews from analysts, Morgan Stanley. Gold – for the second consecutive day traded in positive territory, taking advantage of the desire of investors to get a protective asset in the face of European debt crisis.

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