“Attractiveness of investing” in Ukraine has stabilized at the highest level in five years, according to European Business Association poll. Respondents calling Ukraine’s business climate “unfavorable” fell to 67 percent from 78 percent.
In the latest move to put Western Ukraine on Europe’s investment map, VimpelCom opened a global shared services center here Frday. From Lviv, nearly 900 workers are to serve eight countries in the telecom company’s Eurasian market.
Ukraine's governments provides cheaper seeds and machinery to nation's vital farming sector
Rail wagon shortages cost Ukraine's largest steelmaker millions in losses, prompted mysterious 'solution' offer.
Ukraine's largest steelmaker accused government officials Monday of ordering a flurry of air pollution inspections "exclusively with the goal of extortion."
Lee Yang-goo, Ambassador of South Korea, discusses the rising Korean interest in Ukraine
Boeing’s Kyiv Design Center has grown to about 300 engineers this year.
Ukraine's arms exports, though highest in Eastern Europe, are a quarter of what they were 4 years ago.
Ukraine has signed a $600 million deal to service Pakistan's tanks and other fighting vehicles, to enhance military-industrial cooperation between the two countries.
Could tax breaks for industrial parks attract investors and jump start Ukraine's economy? Some legislators think so. Others think it's a deal with the devil.
Ukraine is to receive 600 million euros from the European Union if it allows timber exports, The EBRD will help prepare Oschadbank for privatization, and Huawei is looking at the possibility of opening up an R&D center and a key lab in Ukraine