With six major state companies scheduled for privatization auctions during the second half of this year,

75% of revenue is to come from “the sale of ‘blue chips,’ the worn-out but potentially competitive industrial giants inherited from Soviet Ukraine,” Dmytro Sennychenko, head of the State Property Fund, writes in an Atlantic Council blog. Noting that 16 companies have registered interest in the Aug. 31 auction of United Mining and Chemical Company, a major titanium miner, Sennychenko writes: “We can confirm that international investor interest in Ukraine’s privatization program is back.”

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The National Security and Defense Council instructed the Cabinet of Ministers to assign the duties of CEO of Ukrzaliznytsia to Infrastructure Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov