Tuesday, April 6, 2021
Capital investment by cross border investors in Ukraine decreased by $868 million last year, the first decline of Incoming Investment since 2015,

Bohdan Danylyshyn, Chairman of the National Bank of Ukraine wrote on Facebook. He said: “The key reasons for the low interest of foreign investors in the Ukrainian economy are the weak and underdeveloped domestic market, the ongoing military conflict with the Russian Federation, as well as the low level of legal protection of investments.”