In particular, 27 Facebook accounts, 37 pages, 21 groups and 13 Instagram accounts that originated in Ukraine and focused on domestic audiences were removed.
15:50, 13 January 2021
The share of respondents who keep more than half of their funds in the banks grew from 8% to 13%.
10:15, 22 May 2020
NBU lifts norm obliging individual entrepreneurs to pay taxes, fines before taking money from accountsResolution No. 7 comes into force today, January 17.
15:00, 17 January 2020
The international bank account number contains 29 alphanumeric characters.
14:04, 13 January 2020
The publication's sources refused to disclose the companies' names.
14:51, 18 December 2019
This is sufficcient for servicing and paying off public debt.
14:00, 02 July 2019
Some US$44.4 million was frozen on the bank's accounts.
11:00, 18 April 2019
The regulator also simplified the procedure for opening accounts by canceling the requirement to provide samples of signatures.
12:43, 04 April 2019
A total of 2,632 pages, groups, and accounts were removed from the Facebook and Instagram platforms for operations linked to these four countries.
14:52, 26 March 2019
The move is caused by the need for banks to adjust their remote customer service software.
11:50, 26 February 2019
In October, private banks were encouraged by the monetary authority to open accounts with Moscow-based Evrofinance Mosnarbank in order to clear international transactions.
12:40, 21 February 2019
In total, around $135,000 was spent on Facebook ads paid in euros, rubles, and U.S. dollars.
15:44, 17 January 2019
The balance on the single account as of January 1, 2019, was 1.9 times up from the level reported on January 1, 2018.
10:27, 04 January 2019
The national budget for 2019 provides for about US$15.2 billion in servicing and repayment of public debt.
14:20, 03 January 2019
Some accounts "were focused on celebrities" and others on "political debate."
14:42, 06 November 2018
The Tweets included ones that discouraged Democratic men from voting, saying that would drown out the voice of women.
15:32, 03 November 2018
After spending the first two days of the trial laying out Manafort's lavish spending, the prosecution is now digging into how he accounted for the more than $60 million he made in Ukraine and his efforts to allegedly mislead banks to get loans once the income from Ukraine dropped off precipitously in 2014.
14:40, 04 August 2018
The surplus of the balance of payments was $23 million in June 2018 alone.
15:29, 31 July 2018
Bank of Cyprus where Vekselberg owns a 9.27% stake could also block his assets.
16:42, 05 June 2018