19-09-2012 Ukraine | Cross-Border Cooperation | Economic Issues | EU | Information Materials

On September 4, the European Commission, the executive body of the European Union, initiated antitrust proceedings against the Russian state company Gazprom. The EC has accused the energy group of violating regulations on competition. The Russian government and Gazprom have rejected the charges.

13-09-2012 Ukraine | Economic Issues | EU | Information Materials

Canada and the European Union joined countries facing a disappointing corn harvest after heat and drought cut yield prospects, as already highlighted in Ukraine and the US.

12-09-2012 Ukraine | Economic Issues | EU | Information Materials

Ukraine has finished negotiations with EU veterinary authorities and soon will be sending its first shipments of poultry to Europe reported the chairman of the Union of Poultry Farmers of Ukraine Alexander Bakumenko.

05-09-2012 Ukraine | Economic Issues | EU | Information Materials

Wheat prices in western Europe turned lower on Tuesday, pressured by a fall in wider financial markets and crude oil futures following weak US economic data.

05-09-2012 Ukraine | Russia | Economic Issues | EU | Information Materials

Ukraines Interpipe Group won a reduction of more than a fifth in a European Union steel-pipe tariff because the EU found the company had reduced price undercutting.

04-09-2012 Ukraine | Economic Issues | EU | Information Materials

The Ministry of Economic Development and Trade (Minekonomiky) is initiating Ukraines accession to the WTO Government Procurement Agreement (GPA). This will provide Ukrainian manufacturers simplified access to WTO procurement tenders involving 43 countries, including 27 EU members and the European Free Trade Association (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland whose legislation is very close to that of the European Union). North America is represented by the United States and Canada; Asia, by Israel, Japan, and four newly industrialized countries Hong Kong, [South] Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan; South America, by Aruba. On September 15, 2011, Armenia became the first EU Eastern Partnership and CIS country to join the GPA. Another 22 countries (including Ukraine) are observers.

03-09-2012 Ukraine | Cross-Border Cooperation | Economic Issues | Energy Issues | EU | Information Materials

Feeling the heat from the Russian-backed South Stream gas pipeline and increasingly alienated from the EU over the Yulia Tymoshenko case, Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovich hinted on 25 August he may soften his stance against Russia over gas prices and membership of the Moscow-backed Customs Union.

20-08-2012 Ukraine | Economic Issues | Institutional Issues | Politics & Policies | EU | Information Materials

A group of experts of the International Monetary Fund will arrive in Ukraine on August 29, statement of the Resident IMF representative in Ukraine Max Alier says.

08-08-2012 Eastern Partnership | Economic Issues | Education | EU

The East Invest project offers 5 places/scholarships to BSOs from the 6 Eastern Partnership countries for the Autumn edition of EUROCHAMBRES' Academy programme which is to take place 21-23 November in Brussels, Belgium

20-12-2011 Ukraine | Eastern Partnership | Economic Issues | Energy Issues | Human Rights | Institutional Issues | Political Dialogue between Ukraine and EU | Third Sector | EU

The Civil Society Forum EU-Ukraine Summit 2011: Civil Society Dimension took place in Kyiv on December 19.Over one hundred representatives from civil society, business associations and think tanks participated in the meeting. The Forum also hosted High officials from the EU, represented by the President of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso and President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy.

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