With Italian trade and investment growing with Ukraine, Confindustria, Italy’s main industry association, has recognized a local affiliate, Confindustria Ucraina
Tuesday, July 31, 2018

With Italian trade and investment growing with Ukraine, Confindustria, Italy’s main industry association, has recognized a local affiliate, Confindustria Ucraina

With Italian trade and investment growing with Ukraine, Confindustria, Italy’s main industry association, has recognized a local affiliate, Confindustria Ucraina. Maurizio Longo, a Kyiv-based organizer, says with the new association, “it will be easier for Italian companies to develop businesses in Ukraine, creating job opportunities, business networking, and favorable conditions.” Last year, Italy was the EU’s largest importer of Ukrainian goods — EUR 2.5 billion, or 15% of the EU total. With about 250,000 Ukrainians living, and often working, in Italy, there are now direct flights from Kyiv to six Italian cities: Bergamo, Bologna, Milan, Naples, Rome and Venice.

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