Despite Ukraine’s great potential in agriculture, it has nothing to boast about when it comes to its dairy business. Ukrainian raw milk is more expensive than in most European countries, while the quality of its dairy products is often lower.
Ukraine’s state investment and public-private partnership agency raised a total of Hr 4.47 billion ($550 million) last year, its annual report said released on April 9 after a full year of operation.
In a real estate industry still in the doldrums, one hopeful trend is becoming clear: More and more Kyivans are opting to ditch cramped Soviet-era dwellings and purchase modern, roomier apartments.
Yuri Lutsenko Ukraine’s former interior minister has had his appeal against a prison sentence rejected.
Does Kyiv need a mayoral election soon? When? Who would you like to see in this position?
The Ukrainian-language version of the National Geographic goes to print this month.
In the capital-intensive world of farming, this formula is well-tested: the more money invested, the more bountiful the harvest.
Under Viktor Yanukovych’s presidency, Ukraine is taking its first real steps toward energy independence and energy efficiency.
There is no escape from Darth Vader - not even in Ukraine's Justice Ministry. The famous villain from Star Wars sci-fi movie showed up in Kyiv on Feb. 26 to give an ultimatum to the minister: reanimate the Internet Party of Ukraine, or else.
Kyivans rallied near Kyiv City Council on Thursday morning, Feb. 21 to protest against the actions of an elite police, Berkut, for abusing its power during a public protest over Hostynny Dvir.
Ukraine’s legal market often mirrors what’s happening in the entire economy. The Kyiv Post sat down with Michael Kharenko, managing partner of Sayenko Kharenko law firm, to discuss what awaits lawyers and the business community in Ukraine this year.
A fire at a Kyiv landmark on Feb. 9 has intensified a dispute between preservationists and a property developer who wants to transform the place, known as Hostynny Dvir, into an office and shopping center.
Say goodbye to the good old TsUM, a Soviet-era department store in downtown Kyiv.
One of the most inspiring ways to escape Ukraine’s cold, gray winters is to take a trip to Sri Lanka, the small teardrop-shaped island in the Indian Ocean. It’s got lush green coconut palms, pristine sand beaches and much more.