Ukraine's central bank scraps exporters' obligatory forex sales The new regulations will become effective from June 20.
11:20, 19 June 2019
Currency law in action: Ukrainians invest almost EUR 2 mln abroad The law has abolished individual licenses for foreign exchange transactions.
22:40, 15 February 2019
Forex liberalization not to affect hryvnia forex rate – bankers Timing is really good for a large-scale easing in currency regulations, the expert believes.
12:20, 08 February 2019
Kyiv PD chief says light drugs possession should not be criminal offense At the same time, the police official opposes total legalization of light narcotics.
21:10, 03 August 2018
Businesses withdraw from Ukraine $1.8 bln in dividends to foreign investors in 2017 <p>Repatriation of dividends by businesses in 2017 slightly exceeded the forecasts of the National Bank of Ukraine and amounted to $1.8 billion, according to Deputy Governor of the NBU Oleh Churii.</p>
20:28, 04 January 2018
Ukrainians to be allowed to take into country over EUR 10,000 with no supporting paperwork <p>The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has simplified the procedure for residents to take foreign currency into Ukraine by allowing them to take in funds worth more than the equivalent of EUR 10,000 without documents proving their origin in case of citizens file a written declaration with the customs authority, according to the NBU's website with reference to Resolution No. 127, which comes into force December 14.</p>
11:20, 14 December 2017
Ukraine's central bank eases forex settlements for imported goods <p>The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has simplified forex settlements for goods imports by businesses, having canceled the mandatory use of letters of credit in advance payments in foreign currency for goods whose total value exceeds $5 million, according to an NBU announcement on its website, referring to Resolution No. 118, effective as of November 23.</p>
13:35, 24 November 2017
NBU mulls measures to ease forex market regulations <p>The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) plans a series of measures to ease regulations in the foreign exchange market, including the lifting of the requirement for the preliminary deposit of funds in hryvnia for the purchase of foreign currency in the interbank foreign exchange market on a separate account (T+1 regime), according to the regulator's website.</p>
11:40, 04 September 2017