Corruption and distrust of the courts are the top two obstacles to investing in Ukraine
Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Corruption and distrust of the courts are the top two obstacles to investing in Ukraine

Corruption and distrust of the courts are the top two obstacles to investing in Ukraine, according to a survey conducted by Dragon Capital, the European Business Association, and the Center for Economic Strategy. Tomas Fiala, CEO of Dragon and President of the EBA, said: “For the third year, unfortunately, the first place among the investors’ problems hampering investing in Ukraine is corruption.” Other investor worries, in descending order, are: hryvnia exchange rate instability, and monopolization of power by oligarchs and conflict of interests between politicians and business. In fifth place was the military conflict with Russia.

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