Kernel Group is set to build a new grain processing terminal in Odesa, one of many new investments which will triple Ukraine's grain export capacity by 2020.
Parliament’s unwillingness to allow the sale of private farmland “is the biggest source of immediately available economic growth that the government has failed to utilize.”
Bohdan Kupych, Business Development Vice President of KM Core, envisions a Ukraine where IT and agriculture combine to create a European hub for agricultural technology.
Ukraine continues to make gains toward becoming a European nation despite a two-year war against Russia and a decades-long war against corrupt business and political elites.
Ukraine’s grain industry is exporting more than ever, despite softening global food prices, aging transport infrastructure, and the erosion of such top traditional markets as China, Saudi Arabia and Russia
Good weather, cheap fertilizer, and better farm management are combining this fall to restore Ukraine’s historic title: “Breadbasket of Europe.”
Shut out of Russia, Ukraine is boosting exports to Europe of a culinary vegetable long associated with the Mediterranean: the red tomato.