BA­SIC FACTS OF UKRAINE

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Pres­i­den­tial-Par­lia­men­tary - Kyiv

- an emerg­ing free mar­ket, with

a gross do­mes­tic

pro­cess­ing (es­pe­cially sugar).

fer­rous and non­fer­rous met­als, fuel and pe­tro­leum prod­ucts, chem­i­cals, ma­chin­ery and trans­port equip­ment, food prod­ucts, etc.

Fed­er­a­tion, Turkey.

(31.12.2012)

CIS coun­tries, EU coun­tries, Rus­sian

USD 68 809,8 bil­lion (2012).

en­ergy, ma­chin­ery and equip­ment, chem­i­cals, etc.

Ma­jor Im­port Sources:

CIS coun­tries – 47,6%, EU coun­tries, Rus­sian Fed­er­a­tion, Ger­many, China.

Ukraine is a Demo­cratic Repub­lic.

USD 54 462 mil­lion

On Au­gust 24, 1991 Ukraine be­came in­de­pen­dent. The area of Ukraine is 603.7 thou­sand sq. km, pop­u­la­tion - nearly 46 mil­lion peo­ple, the ma­jor­ity of them be­ing eth­nic Ukraini­ans. Cap­i­tal of Ukraine – Kyiv. Ad­min­is­tra­tively, the territory of Ukraine is di­vided into 24 re­gions and the Au­tonomous Repub­lic of Crimea. Its econ­omy en­com­passes both a de­vel­oped agrar­ian sec­tor and pow­er­ful in­dus­try gen­er­at­ing high tech­nolo­gies, in par­tic­u­lar, in land­scapes, from moun­tains to steppes. Its main wa­ter artery is the Dnipro River. From the south, Ukraine is washed by the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.

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