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the proper licenses).


Commercial banks in Ukraine are incorporated, registered and licensed

according to the NBU regulations issued in April 1996. The regulations

allow citizens and foreigners to establish commercial banks as joint

stock companies or limited partnerships. Each foreign partners

participation in a commercial bank is limited to no more than 35% of the

banks operating fund. The new regulations also allow Ukrainian

commercial banks to open affiliate offices in foreign countries after

obtaining an NBU license.




Transport plays a leading role in the economy of Odessa region.

Transport companies share 25% of the main funds, the branch provides

employment for 15% of working population. Last year transport companies

balance profits constituted 47% of balance profits of all economy

branches in the region.


The routes of 5 important international transport corridors pass through

Odessa Regions territory, 4 of which are crossing sea ports of the

region: Cretan #7 (by water along Danube),Cretan #9 ,Baltic Sea Black

Sea, OBSEC Black Sea transport circle, TRACECA

(TransportCorridorEurope-Caucasus-Asia). In 1996 the international ferry

crossing Illichivsk Poti (Batumi) was opened; this ferry crossing is a

part of the transport corridor TRACECA.


Sea and river transport are represented by the State shipping company

Black Sea Shipping, open shareholders company Ukrainian Danube

Shipping, shipping companies Ukrferry and Ukrtanker, eight sea

trade ports: Odesa, Illichivsk, Bilgorod-Dnistrovsky, Izmail, Reni,

Ust-Dunaisk, Illichivsk fishing port.


In general, the amount of cargos transported by the fleet of shipping

companies of the region in 2002 had increased by 10,6% (5,6 mln tons)

comparing to 2001, cargo turnover by 5 % (6,9 mln tkm), and passengers

turnover by 74,1% (61,3 thousand pass.).


Ports of the Region


The biggest ports are Odesa port, Illichivsk port and port Yuzhny,

through which annually over 60 mln tons of cargoes are reloaded.


Odesa port has 38 moorings with the total length of 8,0 km and receives

vessels with the draft of 13,5 meters, an oil harbor, through which 25

mln tons of oil products can be annually reloaded.


Illichivsk port has 28 moorings with the length of 5,6 km and receives

vessels with the draft of up to 13 meters.


Port Yuzhny has 8 moorings with the total length of 2,5 km and receives

vessels with the draft of up to 13 meters.


The growing importance of the port Yuzhny among other Ukrainian ports is

determined by the favorable geographic location, access to Mediterannean

sea region, relative proximity to main sources of cargo, convenient

transport connection with the main railways, all-year navigation and the

possibilities of receiving modern large-tonnage fleet, which allows to

create on the Black Sea the single deep-water port for the vessels with

tonnage upto 150 thousand tons.


Bilgorod-Dnistrovsk port has 9 cargo moorings (total length 1,1 km).

Because of small depth, the port can receive vessels with D.W. upto 5

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