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With effect from 13 September 2017 loan agreements with international financial institutions, such as EBRD and IFC, are exempt from mandatory registration with the National Bank of Ukraine.
The State Aid Law was developed in line with the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement and sets out general rules for the regulation and supervision of state aid measures.
With effect from 10 August 2017, Ukrainian banks no longer need an individual licence of NBU to buy back their Eurobonds issued under loan participation notes structures.
On 3 August 2017 a new Law of Ukraine “On Constitutional Court of Ukraine” entered into force. The Law establishes fundamental operation principles for the Constitutional Court of Ukraine and regulates constitutional proceedings.
By now, the NBU (i) substantially relaxed or fully removed currency control restrictions introduced during the period from 2013 to 2015 and (ii) improved its certain regulations, as compared to those in place in 2013.