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UKRAINE TOURISTS CAN TRAVEL TO BRAZIL WITHOUT VISAS

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The Cabinet's resolution has approved the agreement between the governments of Ukraine and Brazil on partial refusal from visas.

The document, signed in Kyiv on December 2, 2009 within the state visit of President of Brazil Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to Ukraine, provides for a visa free regime for tourists.

The instrument will come into force after the parties have performed the intergovernmental procedures and notified each other about it.

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EBRD IMPROVES FORECAST OF UKRAINIAN GDP GROWTH

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The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development improved a forecast of Ukraine's GDP growth from 4% t 4.1% in 2011, the EBRD statement reads.

In particular, by results of Q4 2010, the GDP growth will make up 6% against the same period of 2009.

By the EBRD estimates, in Q1 2010, the GDP growth in Ukraine made up 4.9%, while in Q2 it slowed down to 2.3%, and in Q3 - it will speed up to 2.9%.

The EBRD reminds that in Q4 2009, the GDP fall made up 7%, a year earlier - 8%.

The international rating agency Moody's Investors Service forecasts that a growth of the real GDP of Ukraine in 2010 can make up 3.3% and in 2011 - it will speed up to 4.5%

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UKRAINE RANKS THIRD AMONG WORLD GRAIN EXPORTERS

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In 2009/10 MY Ukraine remained in third place in the ranking of the world's leading grain exporters, together with Russia - its main competitor in the global market, this was reported in the press service of the Ukrainian Agrarian Confederation.

"During the last marketing year, Ukraine and Russia exported 21.2 million tons of grain," Director General of the Ukrainian Agrarian Confederation Serhiy Stoyanov said.

According to the UAC in the season 2009/10 Ukraine exported 9.3 million tons of wheat, barley - 6.2 million tons, corn - 5.3 million tons, peas and buckwheat - by 0.4 million tons.

Ukraine firmly maintains the leadership in the world in the export of barley, nearly half ahead of the closest pursuer - Australia.

"We have to note that based on forecasts for the 2010/11 MY, it will be incredibly difficult for Ukraine to stay in the top three grain exporters, because export of grain from the country is unlikely to exceed 18.5 million tons," the UAC stated.

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POSITIVE BALANCE OF FOREIGN TRADE COULD REACH 1.8 BILLION BEFORE YEAR END - ECONOMICS MINISTRY

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Positive balance of foreign trade till 2010 end could reach USD 1.8 billion, Deputy Economics Minister Valeriy Muntiyan told a press conference.

"According to our forecast, it (surplus) is positive somewhere in the vicinity of USD 1.8 billion. We expect an increase in foreign trade turnover approximately at 14%. Of which, exports - of 15% and imports - of about 12%, Muntiyan has said. He stressed that this is an optimistic forecast.

According to the State Statistics Committee, negative trade balance for January-May 2010 amounted to USD 2.100 billion, USD 190 million less against the same period of 2009.

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