Ukraine’s largest foreign financial investor has opened its second office outside Kyiv, in Kharkiv, the nation’s second largest city and a hotbed of IT entrepreneurship.
In another step toward Western management for Ukraine companies, a national registry of independent candidates for company boards is to be created in coming months.
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.
For the second time this year, no investor has bid in a tender competition for PJSC Odesa Portside Plant, Ukraine’s largest producer of urea and second largest of ammonia.
The Ukrainian government was denied the next tranche of its $17.5 billion loan package from the IMF.
Lee Yang-goo, Ambassador of South Korea, discusses the rising Korean interest in Ukraine
While projections are set at 2.5% growth for 2017, investors say Ukraine should set higher goals.