Through concessions, Ukraine hopes to attract $8 to 10 billion in private investment each year through 2030 to rebuild ports, airports and highways
Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Through concessions, Ukraine hopes to attract $8 to 10 billion in private investment each year through 2030 to rebuild ports, airports and highways

Through concessions, Ukraine hopes to attract $8 to 10 billion in private investment each year through 2030 to rebuild ports, airports and highways, according to a new Infrastructure Ministry offering: ‘Ukrainian Infrastructure: Open for Investors.” The report predicts a boom in regional aviation, noting that Kyiv Boryspil accounts for 65% of air passengers, while, in neighboring Poland, regional airports account for 61% of all passengers. The reports lists11 regional Ukrainian airports as ‘promising’ and forecasts that Ukraine’s annual air passenger traffic will nearly triple, to 44 million, by 2025.

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