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Ukraine Business Roundup — Business & War

Ukraine Business Roundup — Business & War

by Liliane Bivings

The following is the April 16, 2024 edition of our Ukraine Business Roundup weekly newsletter. To get the biggest news in business and tech from Ukraine directly in your inbox, subscribe here. Russia’s large-scale attacks against Ukraine’s energy system late last week have stoked fears of renewed country-wide

Ukraine Business Roundup — April 2

Ukraine Business Roundup — April 2

by Liliane Bivings

The following is the April 2, 2024 edition of our Ukraine Business Roundup weekly newsletter. To get the biggest news in business and tech from Ukraine directly in your inbox, subscribe here. In March, Ukraine received the largest budget financing from its allies since the beginning of Russia's full-scale invasion

Ukraine state-owned enterprises weekly — Issue 124

Ukraine state-owned enterprises weekly — Issue 124

Editor’s Note: This is issue 124 of Ukrainian State-Owned Enterprises Weekly, covering events from March 16-22, 2024. The Kyiv Independent is reposting it with permission. Corporate governance of SOEs Corporate governance, privatization, and state-owned banks’ non-performing loans prioritized in the government’s Ukraine Facility reform plan for 2024-2027. On

Naftogaz CEO Vitrenko: ‘Russian gas is a weapon’

Naftogaz CEO Vitrenko: ‘Russian gas is a weapon’

by Alexander Query

Yuriy Vitrenko's desk, buried in paperwork, leaves little room for doubt – the winter of 2022 will be hard for Ukraine. Naftogaz, Ukraine's energy monopoly, will face an uphill battle to provide enough gas for this year's heating season, CEO Vitrenko told the Kyiv Independent. He said that this will be

Naftogaz complains of Gazprom market manipulation

Naftogaz complains of Gazprom market manipulation

by Dylan Carter

Ukraine's state-owned gas company Naftogaz has appealed to the European Commission to take action against its Russian counterpart Gazprom’s alleged monopoly on the European gas market, highlighting the company’s manipulation of natural gas supply during the current European energy crisis. In a press release published on the Naftogaz

Gazprom declines to buy additional capacity through Ukraine again

Gazprom declines to buy additional capacity through Ukraine again

by Max Hunder

The Russian state-owned gas export monopoly did not purchase any additional transit capacity through Ukraine for December on top of its contractually agreed minimum volume. The decision caused European gas futures to spike by over 5%. Gazprom is contractually obliged to pay Ukraine for the transit of 109 million cubic

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Russia launched counterspace weapon into orbit, US says.

Wood described the move as "troubling." Pentagon spokesperson Brigadier General Pat Ryder separately said on May 21 the U.S. was monitoring the situation and had a "responsibility to be ready to protect and defend… the space domain."
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