Economy news

Trade between Ukraine and Serbia grew by 34% in first quarter of 2018 – Poroshenko
Ukraine, UK agree to work together to strengthen trade relations
Ukraine. With Oct we can expect the growth of prices for all types of agricultural products – expert
Ukrainian export to the UK grows by $25.7 million – Economic Development and Trade Ministry
Ukraine’s exports to EU grew 26.6% - Economic Development Ministry
Ukraine, Vietnam agree to intensify cooperation
Ukraine. Government programs efficient tools to support farmers - Groysman
Registration for The Key Event of the Black Sea Oilseed Industry Goes On!
Ukraine’s GDP grew by 3.1% in first quarter of 2018
“Black Sea Oil Trade-2018” Conference: Find out the Speakers!
Trade turnover between Ukraine, Moldova expected to grow to $1 bln in 2018 – Kistion
EBRD will provide Ukraine with 250 million euros for «green» energy development
EBRD could provide another $20 mln loan to «Astarta»
Ukraine to strengthen cooperation with Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
Ukraine, China sign memorandum on cooperation and promotion of mutual trade in poultry meat
Belarus takes Chinese loan of 2.5 billion yuan for major projects in agriculture
Russia-France trade turnover up 25% in three months of 2018 - ambassador
NBU expects economic growth rate to reach 3-3.5%
EU continues to top global agri-food trade
VI International Conference “Black Sea Oil Trade-2018” to take place on September 20, 2018
IMF agrees to loan up to $50bn for Argentina
Russian agricultural Bank has launched mobile banking for business
U.S. ag producer sentiment rises in May
Russian Economy Minister criticizes US for violating WTO international trade principles
Ukraine and Israel to ratify free trade agreement as soon as it is finalized
US to slap restrictions on some Chinese investments
Trade between Ukraine and Germany grew by almost 23% last year - Poroshenko
NBU: Consumer inflation expected to decline to 8.9%
IFC supports development of Ukraine's agribusiness sector
Trade turnover between Ukraine and Estonia increased by almost a third over past year
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