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Yatseniuk to business - "Come out of the shadows"

The newly adopted tax code, upon which the 2016 budget is founded, reduces employers payroll tax from 41% to 22% – a radical reduction to a tax commitment of a tax that very few employers actually pay unless they are simply too big to avoid the tax radar. 785 more words

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A return to Odessa Port

It has been a while since anything appeared here regarding Odessa Port and the Governor’s attempts to curtail the rampant corruption there (as well as Yushni and Illichevsk). 420 more words

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Ukraine's Business Ombudsman - First Quarterly Report

This week saw the release of the very first quarterly report of the newly created, independent, Business Ombudsman in Ukraine.  32 pages of very blunt and clear-eyed text… 781 more words

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A transition bank that fails due to transition? - FDI bureaucracy

On Monday 20th July Kyivska Rus” Bank, insolvent since March 2015 must be liquidated – except that need not have been the case – and indeed may at the 11th hour prove not to be the case, although the clock is almost entirely run down. 475 more words

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Currency racketeering

Last week, the Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine, Valeriya Gontareva, told the RADA in a statement, that the NBU simply doesn’t have the foreign currency reserves to meet the demand of the nation’s citizenry – by orders of magnitude. 618 more words

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A 3G update - Ukraine

Following on somewhat nicely from yesterday’s Turkey-orientated entry, a return to a mid-November 2014 entry that was published relating to the anticipated 3G tender and licensing.   254 more words

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