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Update of CUCC-CUTIS activities in 2018

Update of CUCC-CUTIS activities in 2018

Canada’s leading Ukrainian-Canadian newspaper, The New Pathway Ukrainian News, published a feature article about CUTIS Project – an initiative of CUCC funded by Global Affairs Canada. Please find the whole text below. Update of CUTIS activities in 2018 The Canada-Ukraine Trade and Investment Support (CUTIS) Project is a five-year development assistance project undertaken with the ... Read More
 
Caught in Russia-Ukraine storm: a cargo ship and tonnes of grain

Caught in Russia-Ukraine storm: a cargo ship and tonnes of grain

BERDYANSK, Ukraine (Reuters) – When the Island Bay cargo ship arrived from Beirut at the Kerch Strait, gateway to the Azov Sea, it sailed into a perfect storm of geopolitics and bad weather. Cranes and ships are seen in the Azov Sea port of Berdyansk, Ukraine November 30, 2018. Picture taken November 30, 2018. REUTERS/Gleb ... Read More
 
Ukraine’s agriculture exports can pass record-breaking $18 billion in 2018

Ukraine’s agriculture exports can pass record-breaking $18 billion in 2018

Experts are predicting that Ukrainian agriculture exports could reach or exceed a record-breaking $18 billion by the end of 2018, thanks in large part to growing demand from Asia, especially India. According to official data, 2012 holds the current record for Ukrainian agricultural exports with $17.9 billion in international sales. From January through to October ... Read More
 
Ukraine and Canada’s extraordinary business relationship is just getting started

Ukraine and Canada’s extraordinary business relationship is just getting started

Opinion: Ukrainians want a democratic, reliable, and economically strong country. With Canada’s help, we will continue efforts to deliver it for our mutual benefit Ukraine is a trusted friend and partner for Canada. Our relationship spans more than a century of shared family, cultural and political connections. The next step in our ongoing journey together ... Read More
 
Ukrainian government plans to upgrade ports after decades of neglect

Ukrainian government plans to upgrade ports after decades of neglect

ODESA, Ukraine – Ukraine’s outdated and rundown ports might undergo a major revival as the government plans to invest Hr 44 billion, or $1.7 billion, into the infrastructure, according to Deputy Prime Minister Volodymyr Kistion, who spoke at the Ukrainian Ports Forum on May 31. The first of its kind, the forum was held in ... Read More
 
Ukraine Scores Major Win over Russia and Gazprom

Ukraine Scores Major Win over Russia and Gazprom

Naftogaz Chief Executive Andriy Kobolyev speaks at the Yalta European Strategy annual meeting in Kyiv, Ukraine, on September 15, 2017. Credit: YES © 2017. Photographed by Sergei Illin, Aleksandr Indychii and Aleksandr Pilyugin Ukraine Scores Major Win over Russia and Gazprom BY TIMOTHY ASH Ukraine received a useful fillip on February 28 when the Stockholm ... Read More
 
Key business developments ahead for Ukraine in 2018

Key business developments ahead for Ukraine in 2018

By Bermet Talant Here are the Kyiv Post’s picks for some of the most exciting deals and events coming in the first half of 2018: 4G spectrum auction The faster 4G — a dream for Ukrainian mobile operators and their customers — may soon come true. The state regulator finally set the date for the ... Read More
 
Prime Minister: Canadian business should be mainstreaming Ukraine as a market for new opportunities

Prime Minister: Canadian business should be mainstreaming Ukraine as a market for new opportunities

Ukraine is becoming a market of new opportunities and has every chance to join the list of the most dynamic economies in Europe, hence the Canadian business should be mainstreaming our state. This was stated by Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman during the Ukrainian-Canadian Business Forum held in Toronto. “I discover Canada these days, ... Read More
 
Ukraine ratifies Canada-Ukraine free trade deal

Ukraine ratifies Canada-Ukraine free trade deal

The decision has been supported by 272 MPs with a required minimum of 226 votes. The FTA retains certain trade restrictions introduced by both sides. Canada cancels duties on 98 percent of Ukrainian products, mainly agricultural ones, with the exception of poultry, dairy products, cheeses and eggs that are still subject to quotas. The document cancels ... Read More