Financial Times: Outsiders boost Ukraine’s power sector

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Sept. 19, 2012, 9:29 p.m. | Ukraine | Politics — by Kyiv Post

According to a Financial Times report, Ukraine's leadership is keen to break national dependence on Russian gas imports.
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In a Financial Times report, Roman Olearchyk writes: “Ukraine has seen some positive foreign investment news this year, with Kyiv opening up an underinvested but promising energy sector that has long been dominated by domestic oligarchs.”

The report adds: “If successful, the projects could bring in badly needed billion-dollar investments, and wean a natural gas guzzling economy off increasingly expensive Russian imports.”

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