Forty Belarusian tech companies and 2,000 IT workers have moved to Ukraine
Thursday, December 17, 2020

Forty Belarusian tech companies and 2,000 IT workers have moved to Ukraine

Forty Belarusian tech companies and 2,000 IT workers have moved to Ukraine in the four months since protests erupted after Alexander Lukashenko claimed to have won the Presidential Election. The Belarusian service of Radio Svoboda reports from Kyiv on Ukraine’s effort to recruit Belarusian IT workers and companies, detailing salaries, taxes and work permits.

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