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(ˈhrʌvnə) ,




(Currencies) the standard monetary unit of Ukraine, divided into 100 kopiykas
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A Ukrainian woman allegedly filmed herself sexually abusing her four-year-old son before selling the videos forA-A- 3,000 Ukrainian hryvnias ($112) per clip.
Kosiv Painting Style (silver, face value - 10 hryvnias; nickel silver, face value - 5 hryvnias), designers: Volodymyr Taran, Oleksandr Kharuk, Serhii Kharuk; engraver: Volodymyr Atamanchuk (16.45%); The Wheel of Life (silver, face value - 10 hryvnias), designers: Volodymyr Taran, Oleksandr Kharuk, Serhii Kharuk; engraver: Volodymyr Demianenko; computer-aided design by Vitalii Andriianov (12.24%); and The Marbled Polecat (silver, face value - 10 hryvnias; nickel silver, face value - 2 hryvnias), designers: Volodymyr Demianenko, Nataliia Fandikova; engravers: Volodymyr Demianenko, Sviatoslav Ivanenko (9.72%).
The apex bank, which was earlier expected to launch its own cryptocurrency, is said to be mulling the possibility of introducing blockchain-based electronic hryvnias instead.
The head of Ukraine's competition authority said on Friday that the watchdog had decided to fine Russian gas company Gazprom 85 billion hryvnias ($3.5 billion) for abusing its monopoly on the Ukrainian gas transit market.
Naftogas said in a statement that its largest customers owed it almost 27 billion hryvnias ($3.1 billion), which may result in the company failing to pay Gazprom's bills on time.
Ukraine's central bank intervened in the currency market for a second day on Wednesday, offering to sell dollars at auction for 8.7000 hryvnias against 8.6000 hryvnias on Tuesday.
"I put 30 hryvnias (approx pounds 3.40) on Andrei scoring the first goal.
Total profit was equal to ten experimental hryvnias. (10) A subject playing the role of a businessman had an option to hide 50 percent of his profit.
Thus, for each million of card debit operations illegal transactions accounted for 77 hryvnias, while in 2016 the respective amount was around 110 hryvnias.
The CEO of Kyiv-based Erste Bank (EBS.VI), Andriy Rozhok, said, 'All banks will make concessions to their clients by extending credit terms as they are able Perhaps, they will try to switch some loans into hryvnias, however, I don't see the mechanism for switching [the loans of] the mass market of individuals into hryvnias...