Friday, March 11, 2011


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2011-03-11 14:22:00
Seaports increase cargo turnover.
Ukrainian sea commercial ports increased cargo turnover by 2.4% in
January-February 2011 year-on-year, to 17.218 million tons.

2011-03-11 14:16:00
People understand need for structural reforms.
Citizens understand the need for structural reforms in Ukraine, Prime Minister
Mykola Azarov told the Test for the Government television show.

2011-03-11 14:04:00
Euro cheapening in Ukraine.
Trades at the Ukrainian interbank foreign exchange market resulted in a slight
strengthening of the dollar to 7.9320-7.9390 UAH/USD.

2011-03-11 13:22:00
Countryside real estate will come out of crisis in 2012.
Results of the annual analysis of the cottage town market in Kyiv region, held
by the consulting company SV Development, have shown that over 2005-2011, their
number in the 50-kilometer countryside zone of Kyiv grew by over fourfold and
now represents 142 towns, 47 of which have been put intoexploitation.

2011-03-11 13:08:00
Croatia suspends visa regime for Ukrainians.
The Croatian government has decided to suspend the issuance of visas for
Ukrainian citizens for the period from April 1 to October 31, the press service
of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine has reported.

2011-03-11 12:21:00
Cash currency exchange rates.
The average purchase rate of cash dollar in Ukrainian banks grew by 0.10 kopecks
on Friday compared to Thursday, to UAH 7.9273/USD 1.

2011-03-11 12:09:00
Inflation triggered by rise in gasoline price.
Inflation of 0.9% in February 2011 was triggered by a rise in the price of
petroleum products and an increase in utility tariffs, the National Bank of
Ukraine (NBU) has said in a report.

2011-03-11 12:01:00
Ukrainians trust most Church, Armed Forces, President.
In Ukraine the past six months have seen a decline in public confidence in all
government agencies and a significant number of social institutions, according
to a survey conducted by TNS in Ukraine by the order of the Agency for

2011-03-11 11:56:00
Indicators of healthy life expectancy deteriorate in Ukraine.
The health status of the Ukrainians is on the brink of disaster. This is
evidenced by the indicators of life expectancy (67 years), healthy life
expectancy (55 years) and DALY index (lost years of healthy life), the Zerkalo
Nedeli newspaperreported.

2011-03-11 11:12:00
Rinat Akhmetov the world's richest Ukrainian.
Billionaire Rinat Akhmetov is the richest Ukrainian in the world, according to
U.S. magazine Forbes. His net worth in 2011 is estimated at USD 16 billion, and
compared to the previous year (USD 5.2 billion) it grew by over USD 10 billion.
He took 39th place among the world'sbillionaires.