Ukraine’s largest homegrown brewery Obolon has plans to renew sales in Russia, which accounted for up to 45 percent of its exports before sanctions were imposed in September banning the company’s suds.
The public battle between Ukraine’s rich and powerful oligarchs and the government has shifted to the Black Sea port city of Odesa, and the current battleground – appropriately for a seaside city – is a beach.
It appears that billionaire partners Igor Kolomoisky and Gennadiy Bogolyubov are not giving up their fight for control over majority state-owned Ukrnafta, Ukraine's largest oil producer and operator of the biggest chain of gas stations. The two are joint owners of Ukraine's largest privately-owned bank PrivatBank.
Two explosions twenty minutes apart outside police departments in Lviv wounded two police officers in the city on the morning of July 14, Ukraine’s Interior Ministry has reported.
President Petro Poroshenko has appointed one of his administration’s deputy chiefs, Valeriy Chaly, ambassador to the United States, according to a decree published on the presidential website on July 10.
MYKULYCHI VILLAGE, Ukraine - Some 20 kilometers northwest of Kyiv stands a 129-square meter, single-family country home that is as green as it is smart.
Ukraine will be able to export about 5,000 items of goods to America duty-free from the end of July, according to a Ministry of Economy and Trade news release issued on July 2.
Ukraine will celebrate Constitution Day on June 28 while the nation will get a working holiday the next day.
Less than 1 percent of all criminal trials result in acquittals.
When Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2014, the well-organized Canadian-Ukrainian community was perhaps the best positioned to help in time of need.
Ukraine’s fugitive former president, Viktor Yanukovych who is wanted by Interpol and Ukrainian authorities on charges of large-scale embezzlement from Ukraine, has spoken to BBC Newsnight in Russia.
Authorities are taking action over investigative journalist Dmytro Gnap's April 1 reports on a group of Kyiv District Administrative Court judges who took multiple trips abroad over the past four years while issuing verdicts from cruise ships. Many of the rulings went against the state's interests and were in favor of alleged corruption and tax-evasion cases involving close allies of ousted President Viktor Yanukovych.
The Ukrainian grain trading unit of French agricultural giant Soufflet Group signed a $70 million investment memorandum with Ukraine’s fourth largest sea port, state-owned Illichivsk, in Kyiv on June 19 at the Infrastructure Ministry.
Borys Tymonkin, the banker who managed the financial arm of Serhiy Kurchenko's oil and gas trading company Vetek, was arrested on June 14 at a Berlin airport, a spokeswoman for the Ukrainian Embassy in Germany said.
One by one, four masked activists wearing the pictures of the current and two previous prosecutor generals, and of President Petro Poroshenko, passed mock criminal cases to each other.
Ukraine’s government received a “Notice of Withdrawal” to abandon a potential $10 billion gas exploration project from Royal Dutch Shell, the Financial Times reported citing “sources familiar with the situation.”
Ukraine’s largest poultry producer, London-listed MHP, reduced exposure to Russia by exchanging its grain growing and storage assets there for a western Ukrainian farming operation of a similar size, registered in Sweden, according to the company’s news release e-mailed on June 9.
Sepp Blatter’s resignation as president of world soccer governing body FIFA is the only chance to review how Russia won the 2018 World Cup hosting rights, Andriy Pavelko, Ukraine soccer federation president, told Champion magazine late evening on June 6 in Kyiv.
Agriculture is perhaps the last leg on which Ukraine’s economy has left to stand after Russia’s war in eastern Donbas disrupted the metals and mining industry, prompting a 17 and 22 percent drop in steel and coal production, respectively, last year.