Energy sector reforms have been suspended just after the beginning. European partners are disappointed.

Razumkov Centre

The topic of the month: Free Trade Agreement with Canada. The issue also covers new initiatives for women entrepreneurs and  practical tips for organic exporters.

Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting

Ukraine’s industrial sector has had a difficult spell. However, the past few years have seen the emergence of a new wave of industrial businesses in Ukraine.

The Ukrainian energy sector ranks in the top 10 in Europe and in top 30 in the world. It occupies ca. 30% of national economy and provides transportation of ca. 20% of annual EU natural gas consumption. At the same time it requires adaptation to new challenges, market conditions and modernization, and state policy for development.
Razumkov Centre

The program manager of the Analytical Center Dixi Group, Roman Nitsovych, named a number of reasons which triggered gasoline price hikes.

DiXi Group

Co-founder of VoxUkraine, professor Yuriy Gorodnichenko visited the most influential economic conference and shared his insights.


Business in Ukraine is slowly recovering from the economic crisis that hit the country several years ago.

Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting

The Ministry of Finance proposed to reform customs in Ukraine with the aim of better transparency and predictability. The model of the reform and changes in custom procedures is currently debated between the Ministry of Finance and the representatives of the Parliament and civil society. The reform will hopefully be implemented by the end of 2017.

Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting

The Ukrainian government must work to reduce regulatory role in order to attract FDI and fuel economic growth.

Center for Social and Economic Research

In the first half of 2017, exported goods from Ukraine were worth $8.2 billion. This is 26.1% more compared to the corresponding period of 2016. 39.8%  of the goods were exported to the EU countries, 9.4% – to the Russian Federation.

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