The EU and the World Bank are starting this summer a five-year program to support transparent land management in Ukraine.
Tuesday, June 19, 2018

The EU and the World Bank are starting this summer a five-year program to support transparent land management in Ukraine.

The EU and the World Bank are starting this summer a five-year program to support transparent land management in Ukraine. Offering technical, legal and educational assistance to farmers, the program starts in two pilot regions: Kyiv and Mykolaiv. Economists believe that current land rents are well below levels that would emerge under a free market. Satu Kahkonen, World Bank director for Ukraine, told Ukrinform: “These are politically and technologically very complicated processes. It is important that the reform takes place correctly.”

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