The sale of large state-owned enterprises could bring some UAH 12 billion (US$430 million) to the state budget.
20:15, 30 March 2021
In addition, investors have restrictions on movements, actions, etc.
14:00, 10 December 2020
Another 42 companies will be reorganized.
23:10, 16 November 2020
The government adopted the relevant resolution on October 26.
16:30, 28 October 2020
Ukraine has also committed to continue with the sale of small companies and assets and leasing of state property through open, competitive and transparent two-tier electronic auctions (ProZorro.Sale).
14:20, 12 June 2020
The move will allow for larger investments in production development.
22:00, 06 May 2020
Ukraine's State Property Fund in January published a list of enterprises set to be privatized.
16:40, 03 March 2020
The first facility is expected to be sold as early as April.
16:40, 18 February 2020
The total book value of the assets agreed upon for privatization is over UAH 12 billion (US$510.2 million).
16:30, 27 December 2019
President Zelensky earlier said more than half of Ukrspyrt's output remains in the "shadow".
13:40, 03 November 2019
Ukrspirt "should be completely privatized," according to Ustenko.
22:30, 20 August 2019
The government decided to return to the idea of selling heat-generating companies.
15:20, 04 February 2019
Turboatom, four CHPPs, and Zaporizhia Titanium and Magnesium Combine off privatization list in UkraineLast year's list included 23 SOEs.
18:30, 16 January 2019
The main factor affecting the general picture of financial reports was the decline in the net profit of NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine.
16:30, 09 January 2019
It includes companies from the 2018 list as well as some new ones.
19:10, 03 January 2019
Among other companies, the list includes NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine and JSC Ukrzaliznytsia railways operator.
09:00, 24 July 2018
<p>The National Anti-corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) is currently investigating 49 corruption cases at state-owned enterprises (SOEs), which involves UAH 20 billion, or US$745 million, according to the Economic Development and Trade Ministry's Twitter account, referring to Deputy Minister Maksym Nefyodov.</p>
16:23, 07 November 2017
<p>The public sector accounted for 11.1% of Ukraine's economy in 2016, while in the first quarter of 2017 (Q1 2017) its share was at 16.3%, according to the website of the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade.</p>
21:50, 13 September 2017
<p>Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman has said Ukrainian state companies do not purchase coal produced in the Russian Federation.</p>
15:20, 08 September 2017
<p>Ukraine's Minister of Economic Development and Trade Stepan Kubiv says the Nomination Committee, which will include eight envoys of the expert community and international financial organizations, will be electing the heads of state-run companies by secret ballot of nine ministers (previously, there was an open vote by five ministers) starting September 2017, according to the ministry's post on Facebook.</p>
15:20, 28 July 2017