Ukraine: wheat flour exports up

According to preliminary statistics figures, during the first 3 months of 2017-2018 MY (July-September) Ukraine exported 117.5 thousand tons of wheat flour, up by 24% YoY.

In particular, in September the exports totaled 44.9 thousand tons, which broke a monthly record for the product shipments from the country in 10 recent years. (APK-Inform/Business World Magazine)

Ukraine: gas reserves replenished

Natural gas reserves in Ukrainian underground storage facilities (USFs) on September 23-30 rose by 2.2%, or by 347 million cubic meters, from 16.048 billion cubic meters to 16.395 billion cubic meters, according to the state-run gas transport system operator Ukrtransgaz. The daily volume of gas injection into the USFs as of September 30 was estimated…

Ukraine: oats exports down in July-August 2017

According to the official statistics figures, during the first 2 months of 2017-2018 MY (July-August) Ukraine exported 2.9 thousand of oats, down 2.4-fold YoY (nearly 7 thousand tons). In the reporting period, Pakistan became the largest importer of the Ukrainian grain, and purchased 78% of the general shipments, followed by Qatar (10%), and the United…

Ukraine: bread price up in September 2017

Prices of bread made of rye and wheat in Ukraine rose by 20.9% YoY in September, according to a member of the Economic Discussion Club Oleh Pendzin. “Prices of first-grade flour increased by 12% from September 2016 to September 2017, those of rye flour climbed by 4.5%, while the price of bread made from first-grade…

Ukraine: further economic success depending on machine-building industry

Ukrainian government considers machine-building one of the most important integrated industries on which Ukraine’s further economic success depends, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman said in his greeting address on the occasion of Machine Engineers Day, the government press service reports. “Ukraine’s considerably experienced machine engineers develop and design complex systems and devices: home appliances and radio…

Ukraine: shadow economy down in Q1 2017

Shadow economy in Ukraine fell by 6% YoY in the first quarter of 2017, to 37% of GDP, according to the analytical report published on the Ukrainian Economic Development and Trade Ministry’s website. The ministry noted that the de-shadowing stemmed directly from ensuring macroeconomic stabilization and economic growth, wage growth against the backdrop of reducing…