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September 2015

06:50 PM

On Sept. 21, representatives of the Ukrainian government, the largest domestic and foreign companies, hedge funds and global financial institutions discussed Ukraine’s economic situation, the progress of reforms, privatization and the investment climate at the conference, “The Ukrainian Recipe: Reforms, Privatisation, Recovery,” organized in London by the Concorde Capital investment company.


The government was represented by Presidential Administration Head Dmytro Shymkiv, State Fiscal Service Head Roman Nasirov, State Property Fund Head Ihor Bilous, and Adomas Audickas, the senior adviser to the economic development and trade minister.


The first results of reforms are already evident, Concorde Capital General Director Igor Mazepa stated in his opening remarks. At the moment, the Ukrainian economy is bottoming out, he stressed, so the main task of investment companies is to become a bridge between Ukraine and foreign capital in order to attract needed resources to renew the country’s economy.
The government representatives targeted their remarks on reforms, privatization and improving the investment climate in Ukraine. In particular, Shymkiv discusse ...

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June 2015

06:49 PM

On June 19, representatives of the Ukrainian government joined executives from the biggest domestic and foreign companies in discussing the economic situation, the path of reforms and the investment climate in Ukraine during the Ukrainian Investment Day conference organized by the leading investment banking group Concorde Capital (Kyiv).


The government was represented by Economic Development and Trader Minister Aivaras Abromavicius, Presidential Administration Deputy Head Dmytro Shymkiv and Mikheil Saakashvili, the first deputy head of the Odesa regional administration. Video greetings to the conference were offered by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, while video conferences were held with Finance Minister Natalie Jaresko and Valeria Gontareva, the head of the National Bank of Ukraine.


State officials concentrated on the themes of reforms and improving the investment climate in Ukraine in their presentations.


In particular, Jaresko announced that Ukraine has practically fulfilled all its IMF conditions and is counting on its review of allocating Ukraine the latest tranche of $1.7 billion in the middle of July. “I hope that the board of ...

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