Business news from Ukraine

UKSATSE SERVICES 16,690 FLIGHTS IN UKRAINIAN AIRSPACE

Traffic in the airspace of Ukraine in August fell by 56.3% compared to August 2019, the press service of the Ukrainian State Air Traffic Services Enterprise (UkSATSE) has reported.
In general, last month UkSATSE serviced 16,690 flights, of which 2,519 were domestic (a decrease in the number by 15.7% compared to August 2019), 8,249 were international (50.4% less), and 5,922 were transit (68.2% less).
Ukrainian airlines performed 6,373 flights (45.5% less than in August last year), foreign airlines some 10,317 flights (61.1% less).
As reported, traffic in the airspace of Ukraine in July fell by 68.3% compared to July 2019, UkSATSE serviced 12,195 flights.

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STRUCTURE OF EXPORT OF SERVICES IN 1-ST QUARTER OF 2020 (GRAPHICALLY)

Structure of export of services in 1-st quarter of 2020 (graphically)

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STRUCTURE OF EXPORT OF SERVICES IN 2019 (GRAPHICALLY)

Structure of export of services in 2019 (graphically)

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UKRAINIAN CAPITAL ENTERS TOP TEN CITIES WITH HIGHEST LEVEL OF SHARING SERVICES

Kyiv is one of the ten best cities in the world with the development of sharing services, the rating was held in 52 cities, the press service of Kyiv City State Administration has reported.
“Kyiv entered the top ten cities with the best level of development of sharing services. The assessment was carried out according to the level of access to such services as Uber and Airbnb, electronic scooters, applications for sharing professional cars, the ability to rent a car from private owners, as well as the ability to access all the gyms of Kyiv from one mobile application,” the report said.
It is noted that the best sharing services are developed in Tallinn, Vilnius, Riga, Warsaw, Kyiv, Sao Paulo, Tbilisi and other cities. In general, the rating was carried out in 52 cities of the world.
“Now in the capital in the field of sharing services, among other things, the bike sharing investment project from Next Bike with 45 rental points is being implemented and a project to rent electric scooters is being prepared for implementation,” Kyiv City State Administration added.

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KYIVSTAR MOBILE OPERATOR NOTES TWO-FOLD RISE IN DEMAND ON CONNECTION OF REMOTE SERVICES

The most popular service connection requests to the Kyivstar mobile communications operator from business during the month of quarantine were solutions allowing companies outside of offices to communicate with employees and clients, ensure staff with tools for joint work and establish the effective exchange of documents.
The company’s press service said on Friday that the number of connections to Microsoft Office 365 and StarTeams services over the specified period has grown more than 20-fold. In addition, the number of connections to the Star.Docs electronic document management service increased almost 2.5-fold. The vast majority of applications came from representatives of medium and small-sized businesses.
Another common request for Kyivstar was the organization of the remote work of sales departments and contact centers. So, according to the operator, the number of connections the Virtual Mobile PBX with the quick transfer of all calls from fixed telephone lines of offices to mobile numbers of employees working from home has more than quadrupled for large companies and more than doubled for medium and small-sized businesses.
The largest number of service connections for remote work was ordered by wholesale and retail companies, logistics, light and manufacturing industries, the agricultural and financial sectors, hotel and construction businesses, state-owned enterprises, healthcare institutions, natural resource providers, and companies providing services for business and the public.

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STRUCTURE OF EXPORT OF SERVICES IN UKRAINE IN 2019 (GRAPHICALLY)

Structure of export of services in Ukraine in 2019 (graphically)

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