Ukraine’s Airport Picks Morgan Stanley for Bonds, Interfax Says

Ukraine’s state-run international airport, Boryspil, picked Morgan Stanley to manage a $300 million Eurobond sale, Interfax-Ukraine newswire reported, citing government documents it has obtained.

Association Agreement Initialed Between Ukraine, EU

BRUSSELS, March 30, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Ukraine got one step closer to the association with the European Union as the Association Agreement between the two parties was initialed in Brussels today. The representatives of Ukrainian and European negotiating delegations have put their...

Ukraine to Cut Budget Gap to 0.8% of GDP in 2013, Interfax Says

Ukraine’s state budget deficit plans to reduce to 0.8 percent of the gross domestic product next year from 1.7 percent in 2012, Interfax-Ukraine news agency reported citing a person with the knowledge of the matter in the Ukrainian government who did not want to be identified. The...

Ukrainian Grain Exports to Reach 23 Million Tons, Interfax Says

Ukraine will export 23 million metric tons of grain in the current marketing year running through June, Interfax-Ukraine reported. Outbound shipments this month may be 2.5 million to 2.7 million tons, with corn accounting for 70 percent to 80 percent, the Kiev-based news agency reported. It...

Ukraine Plans to Offer Ruble Bonds for Debt Payments Without IMF

Ukraine plans to sell bonds denominated in Russian rubles and doesn’t need to restart a $15.6 billion International Monetary Fund loan to make debt payments, said an adviser to President Viktor Yanukovych. The former Soviet state wants to raise 98 billion hryvnia ($12 billion) this...

Ukraine’s Economy Expanded 4.7% in Fourth Quarter on Year

Ukraine’s economy grew 4.7 percent in the final quarter of 2011 from the same period a year earlier, the statistics office said. Gross domestic product expanded 5.2 percent for all of last year, the office said in a statement on its website . The office revised first-quarter GDP...

Ukraine’s Firtash to Build Titanium Dioxide Plant, Izvestia Says

Ukrainian billionaire Dmitry Firtash’s holding company, Group DF, plans to build a new titanium dioxide plant in three or four years, Ekonomicheskie Izvestia reported, citing Firtash. The new plant will have annual titanium dioxide output capacity of 120,000 tons, according to...

Ukraine’s MHP Posts 20% Rise in 2011 Profit on Higher Sales

Mironovskiy Hleboproduct SA (MHPC), a Ukrainian poultry and grain producer, said profit rose 20 percent last year as it sold more chicken at higher prices and land acquisitions boosted its harvest. Net income jumped to $259 million on revenue that was 30 percent higher at $1.23 billion, the...
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