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PMR Insight: Government approves UAH 214bn road development programmeClick and register to open this news

The Ukrainian Cabinet has approved a UAH 214bn (€19bn) programme for the development of roads for a period of 2013-2018. Direct state funding will comprise UAH 133.58bn (€11.9bn) with UAH 80.45bn (€7.1bn) ... more »

PMR Insight: Ukrainian housing market regulation confusionClick and register to open this news

On 15 May this year Ukraine's Ministry of Justice produced a law which stated that any deal between private individuals on real estate or movable property, which involves notarial activities must include a professional ... more »

PMR Insight: More details of Ukrainian road management reforms emergeClick and register to open this news

More details are emerging of the reform of Ukravtodor approved by the cabinet on 3 July and making its way through parliament. The reforms split the management of national and local roads between Ukrainian highways ... more »

Government stimulation of housing construction viewed as remedy for construction industryClick and register to open this news

After the Euro 2012 championships, which provided a substantial boost for the Ukrainian construction industry, there has been a noticeable slowdown on the market because of the country’s overall economic ... more »

PMR Insight: The Ukrainian construction industry tumbled 16.2% y-o-y in AprilClick and register to open this news

The construction industry in Ukraine continues to struggle to resume its growth. Between January and April 2013, construction output was valued at UAH 13.7bn (€1.3bn), down 16.2% year-on-year in real terms. ... more »

PMR Insight: New residential construction up 9.9% y-o-y in Ukraine in Q1 2013Click and register to open this news

Ukraine’s residential construction industry continues to recover at a modest pace after the steep decline of 2009-2010. In Q1 2013, slightly more than 2.1 million m² of residential space was newly registered ... more »

PMR Insight: Chronic underinvestment in road projects continues in UkraineClick and register to open this news

Ukraine’s road network is considered to be in extremely poor condition. In 2012, the Quality of Road Infrastructure Index (published in the World Economic Forum’s 2012-2013 Global Competitiveness Report) ranked ... more »

18% of Ukraine’s road network to be renovated by 2018Click and register to open this news

The state of the Ukraine’s infrastructure is far behind that of European countries. The average housing space per inhabitant is about 23.7 m², which is less than 30 m² levels recorded in most European ... more »

Construction industry finally sees growth as Ukraine ramps up preparations for Euro 2012Click and register to open this news

Between the peak recorded in 2007 and the through of 2008-2010, the value of construction works carried out in Ukraine plunged by 70% in real terms. Residential construction was hardest hit by the crisis and, while the ... more »

Ukraine in the midst of a construction crisisClick and register to open this news

The construction market has been growing at a double-digit rate in the last five years. However, starting from the beginning of 2008, the global financial crisis has begun to take its toll on Ukraine. Banks are now less ... more »

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