Ukraine wants partner countries to issue state guarantees for investing in Ukraine.
Friday, May 27, 2022

Ukraine wants partner countries to issue state guarantees for investing in Ukraine.

 The Ukrainian government is working with its partner countries to provide state guarantees to their companies for investments in Ukraine, stated Ukraine Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal at the World Economic Forum in Davos. According to him, this plan is based on four basic principles. The first is political and economic integration with the European Union. Second, Ukraine’s business climate will be based on deregulation, liberalization, and digitalization principles. The third point is a public-private partnership, especially in infrastructure and energy: the state plans to “invest in increasing gas production, development of green generation and the military-industrial complex.” Fourth, the Prime Minister called for strong catalysts in the agro-industry and metallurgy spheres for large-scale economic development.

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