Weekly analytical report 3 – 9 February, 2020

12 February – 12 February 2020

In this issue:

-  Government officials are not giving clear answers regarding reform of state-run coal mines yet, using standard statements…

-  The aggregate production does not increase, and foreign investors so far are not rushing to enter the development of Ukrainian mineral resources…

-  To ensure timely payments for gas supply and distribution, bills must be convenient as much as possible and the very payment process – comprehensible…

-  Various stakeholders in the Ukrainian renewable energy market are starting active lobbying campaigns…

-  Insufficient consistency of the government’s decisions concerning management of state-owned assets provokes manipulations and scandals…

 

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