Korrespondent

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Korrespondent
Korrespondent front page - 2006 in photographs.PNG
Korrespondent's front cover issue № 50 (23 December 2006)
Editor-in-Chief Vitaliy Sych
Categories Newsmagazine
Frequency Weekly
Circulation 50,000 per week
First issue 2002
Company KP Media[1]
Country  Ukraine
Language Russian
Website [1]

Korrespondent (Russian: Корреспондент; Ukrainian: Кореспондент; literally: Correspondent) is a weekly printed magazine published in Ukraine in Russian and Ukrainian languages, established in 2002.[2] The Korrespondent.net is its sister project - an influential Ukrainian and Russian-language online newspaper launched in 2000 and publishing part of the magazine's content online[3] for free. Access to the full version requires paid subscription.

Korrespondent is a member of Ukrainian Association of Press Publishers (UAPP).

Korrespondent rankings[edit]

Korrespondent was the first Ukrainian media to compose and publish various rankings of the society. Most popular among them are the annually updated "TOP 100 Most influential Ukrainians", "Rating of the richiest people in Ukraine", Personality of the Year and "10 best cities for living In Ukraine".

Top 100[edit]

Korrespondent Ukrainian language poster on a bus stop in Kiev, showing the front cover of the "Top 100" issue (summer 2008).

Since 2003 Korrespondent ranks the 100 most influential individuals who significantly influenced economic, business, political or societal development in Ukraine during the year. The list is published in the late August issue of the magazine. The people that have been ranked number one on Korrespondent's are:

Year Ranked number 1 Age[a] Notes
2003 Leonid Kuchma 65 Prime minister of Ukraine (1992–1993), President of Ukraine (1994–2005).
2004 Leonid Kuchma 66 Prime minister of Ukraine (1992–1993), President of Ukraine (1994–2005).
2005 Viktor Yushchenko 51 Prime minister of Ukraine (1999–2001), President of Ukraine (2005–2010).
2006 Rinat Akhmetov 40 Ukrainian businessman and president of SCM Holdings.
2007 Viktor Yanukovych 57 Prime minister of Ukraine (2002–2005 and 2006–2007), the leader of the Party of Regions, President of Ukraine (since 2010).
2008 Yulia Tymoshenko 48 Prime minister of Ukraine (2005 and 2007–2010); the leader of the All-Ukrainian Union "Fatherland" party and the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc.
2009 Yulia Tymoshenko 49 Prime minister of Ukraine (2005 and 2007–2010); the leader of the All-Ukrainian Union "Fatherland" party and the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc.
2010 Viktor Yanukovych 60 Prime minister of Ukraine (2002–2005 and 2006–2007), the leader of the Party of Regions, President of Ukraine (since 2010).
2011 Viktor Yanukovych 61 Prime minister of Ukraine (2002–2005 and 2006–2007), the leader of the Party of Regions, President of Ukraine (since 2010).

Rating of the richiest people in Ukraine[edit]

Since 2006, Rinat Akhmetov has always been declared Ukraine's richest person. Ihor Kolomoyskyi has always been ranked as either No.2 or No.3.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

a. ^ The age indicates how old the person was at the time of being nominated and not the person's current age.

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