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Packed with leading business figures, the first U.S. - Ukraine Business Forum, held this July in Washington, showed: the agricultural sector of Ukraine will remain one of the main engines of the country’s economic development. Not only Ukrainian black soil, equal in size to the territory of the UK will be a limelight for investors, but also a growing interest to the logistical capabilities...

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September 16, 2015 Kyiv – The Quarterly Panel Discussion “Macroeconomic Outlook & Forecast for Ukraine” organized by the American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine in strategic partnership with the Forum for Leading International Financial Institutions (FLIFI) was held.

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In his exclusive interview with The FINANCIAL, Andy Hunder expresses his optimism about the Ukrainian economy.

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The National Bank of Ukraine ensured comfort and progress of the domestic legislation for online payment systems (such as PayPal, ApplePay, GoogleWallet and similar systems) to operate in Ukraine.

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It was, without doubt, the best presentation put on by a Ukrainian government in a quarter of a century. All speaking fluent English, articulate and showing well-honed presentation skills, Ukraine’s Cabinet Ministers did a marvellous job in presenting the country to the US business elite that convened...

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Yesterday, the U.S. Commercial Service conducted a webinar for potential new-to-market American exporters to Ukraine.  U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt kicked off the webinar, entitled “Doing Business in Ukraine: The Rebirth of a Nation,” by providing U.S. companies with the ground truth about the challenges and opportunities in Ukraine...

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IT companies in Central and Eastern Europe are becoming the most reliable and innovative suppliers of information technologies and business services in the world. Experts have drawn such conclusion after a series of meetings with the world’s leading IT analysts and consultants, who for the first time in history came to Kyiv and Odesa...

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Interest in public private partnerships (PPPs) has grown in Ukraine in recent years as national, regional and municipal governments seek new approaches to providing infrastructure and public services under severe budget constraints. For PPPs to be successful, however, the legislative and institutional environment must be strengthened to attract...