Business news from Ukraine

STRUCTURE OF EXPORT OF SERVICES IN JAN-JUNE 2021 (GRAPHICALLY)

Structure of export of services in Jan-june 2021 (graphically)

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STRUCTURE OF IMPORT OF SERVICES IN JAN-JUNE 2021 (GRAPHICALLY)

Structure of import of services in Jan-June 2021 (graphically)

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BOLT RAISES EUR 20 MLN OF INVESTMENT TO DEVELOP SERVICES IN EASTERN EUROPE (INCLUDING UKRAINE) AND AFRICA

Bolt, a ride-hailing service, has raised EUR 20 million of investment from the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, to increase access to mobility services in Eastern Europe (including Ukraine) and Africa (Nigeria and South Africa), the press service of the company reported on Thursday.
“Technology can and should unlock new pathways for sustainable development… Our investment in Bolt aims to help tap in to technology to disrupt the transport sector in a way that is good for the environment… and provides safer and more affordable transportation access in emerging markets,” IFC Chief Operating Officer Stephanie von Friedeburg said in a statement.
“We are looking forward to partnering with IFC to further support entrepreneurship… and increase access to affordable mobility services in Africa and Eastern Europe. Together with the investment from the European Investment Bank last year, we are proud to have sizeable and strategically important institutions backing us and recognising the strategic value Bolt is providing to emerging economies,” Bolt CEO Markus Villig said.
In Ukraine, Bolt ride-hailing service was launched in summer 2018.

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STRUCTURE OF EXPORT OF SERVICES IN THE FIRST HALF OF 2020 (GRAPHICALLY)

Structure of export of services in the first half of 2020 (graphically).

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STRUCTURE OF EXPORT OF SERVICES FROM UKRAINE IN FIRST HALF OF 2020

Structure of export of services from Ukraine in first half of 2020

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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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