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PARIS, May 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Transparency Report (http://www.transparencyreport.org) is concerned about the support which has been given from the outset of the Ukrainian
Legislative changes limiting access to the Ukrainian labor market for foreigners could endanger Polish investments, a Polish official said. The government of Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko passed limitations on work permits for foreign managers to open more opportunities for Ukrainians, the Polish news.pl Web site said.
Ukraine may be headed for default on its national debt, which would have domestic and international ramifications politically, observers said. Ahead of presidential elections, President Victor Yushchenko could move to prevent the central bank from bailing out the government, an embarrassment to Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, the EU Observer reported Tuesday. One party could provoke this kind of sovereign default to reap political benefit, HSBC bank expert Alexander Morozov said.
Natural gas deliveries to Europe remained stalled Monday while Russian and Ukrainian officials prepared to sign a contract ending their pricing dispute. Russia Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart, Yulia Tymoshenko, were to attend a signing ceremony Monday, following intense negotiations in Moscow that lasted until Sunday, RIA Novosti reported. The two leaders spoke on the phone Monday, ITAR-TASS reported.
The following is the text of an article by Valentyn Prototskyy entitled "Vitaliy Hayduk: Is he also oil and gas now?" and posted on the news and analysis website Ukrayinska Pravda on 26 September: The co-owner of the Industrial Union of Donbass group, Vitaliy Hayduk, using his absolute influence on the prime minister, keeps lobbying hard to take over the oil and gas industry.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuliya Tymoshenko has said she expects a gas contract with Russia to be signed by 15 September, but refused to predict the gas price for next year. She was speaking in a pre- recorded interview shown by Ukraine's most popular Inter TV channel on 6 July.
Text of report by private Ukrainian ICTV television on 26 June [Presenter] The search for 12 miners has been under way for three weeks already at the Karl Marx mine in Yenakiyeve. Let me recall that an explosion took place at the mine on 8 June. One man was killed and 29 injured.
By Yuri Kulikov KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine's pro-Western liberals on Monday prepared for coalition talks after former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko urged them to close ranks to keep out a Russian-backed party after Sunday's parliamentary election.