Analyst: “…the surge in tax collections might point to the fact that tax authorities are resorting to the methods of ‘manual’ collection, instead of an automatic regime, to meet the plan.”

Analyst: “Our updated forecast of the external sector, based on the revised data on Ukraine’s balance of payment, aims for a C/A deficit of USD 2.4 bln in 2018 (vs. a USD 2.1 bln deficit in 2017) amid trade deficit growth to USD 10.8 bln (from a USD 9.4 bln deficit in 2017).”

 

Concorde analyst: “…we consider S&P’s view of the Ukrainian currency strengthening in 2020-2021 as very optimistic.”

 

 

Analyst: “…we believe concerns about Ukraine’s solvency will emerge already in June-July 2018 if there is no positive news on IMF cooperation by that time.”

 

Four apartments in 199 Knightsbridge have been linked to the gang

 

A prayer service on the occasion of the 24th anniversary of Ukrainian independence is held on August 24, 2015, in the Cathedral of Volodymyr and Olha in Simferopol.

Georgy Muradov, the Crimean deputy prime minister. (screenshot)

Analyst: “…we believe Kholodnytskiy reached a behind-the-scenes agreement and capitulated to the political demands of Lutsenko, who has emerged victorious in his conflict with independent anti-corruption authorities that dragged on for several years.”

 

“Created in 2005 also in the wake of the Orange Revolution, ‘Donetsk Republic’ members attended training camps in Russia funded by the Russian Presidential Administration, where instructors from the security services taught methods of espionage, sabotage and guerrilla tactics to attendees.”

Analyst: “An effective way to improve the turnout of the Russian-oriented electorate would be to stage some violence directed at Ukraine’s large Russophile minority. The SBU will be working to prevent this, however its success will be limited by the fact that two popular Russian-oriented parties will be actively campaigning.

 

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