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“The situation is particularly serious in postcommunist Europe, where smaller currencies, such as the Hungarian forint or the Ukrainian hryvna, have lost a third or more of their value against the euro and the dollar since September.”
“The violations totaled 1.6 million hryvna $200,000 or euro140,000, according to Irina Parkhomenko, spokeswoman for the government auditing agency.”
“He also banned her from occupying government posts for three years after the completion of her prison term and fined her 1.5 billion hryvna $190 million or euro140 million for the damages her actions cost the state.”
“In the course of the reading, Judge Rodion Kireyev said Tymoshenko inflicted damages of some 1.5 billion hryvna $190 million on the national gas company by signing an import contract with Russia in 2009.”
“Prosecutor Liliya Frolova also asked Judge Rodion Kireyev to bar Tymoshenko from occupying government posts for three years and fine her 1.5 billion hryvna $190,000 or euro140,000 for the alleged damages she caused the state energy company Naftogaz, said Tymoshenko spokeswoman, Natasha Lysova.”
“The raid by armed agents was in connection with a criminal investigation launched this week into the alleged diversion of gas worth around 7.4 billion hryvna ($900 million), SBU national security service spokeswoman Marina Ostapenko told The Associated”
“The raid by armed agents was in connection with a criminal investigation launched this week into the alleged diversion of gas worth around 7.4 billion hryvna ($900 million), SBU national security service spokeswoman Marina Ostapenko told The Associate”
“He also noted that the current exchange rate between the Ukrainian national currency the hryvna, and the Russian rouble and the euro "is probably more or less at the correct point now.”
“A hoped-for influx of foreign investment following the Orange Revolution never materialized, and when the global financial crisis hit last year it sent Ukraine's economy plummeting by 15 percent and slashed the value of its currency, the hryvna, by half.”
“On January 17, 2010 the world will witness the inevitable defeat of Yushchenko, whose legacy, apart from a record economic slump and the hryvna devalued by 50 percent, will include monuments to Nazi collaborators and organizers of mass executions of Jews and Poles.”
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