UKRAINE: GAS HISTRIA

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06.03.2018

They did not manage to celebrate the “victory” over Gazprom in the Stockholm Arbitration, as suddenly they had to introduce a restriction on gas consumption in the country. Energy Minister Igor Nasalik reassured that these restrictions have been introduced for only five days, but educational institutions and kindergartens have already been recommended to close for a week, or even two, and industri-al enterprises – urgently need to review gas consumption….

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THE END OF THE STAR

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06.03.2018

Four years after the Maidan, Ukraine’s industry has sunk to the very bottom: the 14 largest enterprises have already stopped working, dozens of others have gone bankrupt and are on the verge of closure. And this is one of the “greatest” achievements of the “revolution of dignity”. At the dawn of Ukraine’s independence, one of the main arguments of supporters of secession from the USSR was a huge industrial potential…

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ANTONOV: THE COURSE FOR LANDING

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06.03.2018

Antonov Aircraft Concern became the first large industrial enterprise, which began to protest after the Euro-Maidan. In the post-Soviet era, the main task of the once world-famous air concern was the struggle for survival. The factory barely made ends meet. And after the “revolution of dignity” the situation only worsened. Almost all contracts were broken, employees began to delay their salaries, the general director and simultaneously the chief designer of…

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UKRAINIAN NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS: TIME BOMBS

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06.03.2018

Extension of the contract of Ukrainian Energoatom with US company Westinghouse for the supply of nuclear fuel until 2020 “promises” to give the world a nuclear disaster worse than Chernobyl. At present, Ukraine has four nuclear power plants with 15 power units: Khmelnitsky NPP (2 blocks), Rivne Nuclear Power Plant (4 blocks), South Ukraine NPP (3 blocks) and Zaporizhzhya NPP (6 units). And each of them is like a time…

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