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Ukraine’s IT industry is among the country’s fastest growing industries. It is also diverse – from cutting edge work in AI, cybersecurity, natural language processing, and nanotechnologies, to highly commercial ventures in blockchain, FinTech, big data management, gaming, agritech, and e-commerce.
Ukraine’s vast road, rail, air and sea infrastructure, together with the benefits of its geographic location, makes the country an important transit corridor for trade and travel between Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Ukraine has a large manufacturing base which was historically focused on heavy industry. In recent years, this sector has changed and gradually diversified in response to market sector demands. The sector continues to be supported by an extensive network of polytechnic institutes, which annually graduates thousands of engineers across a wide range of disciplines.
Ukraine has a diverse endowment of natural energy resources and continues to be a net exporter of electricity. Traditionally, Ukraine has a powerful and developed energy sector, including gas, electricity, hydro, coal and nuclear.
Historically known as the “bread basket of Europe”, Ukraine is set to become the “food basket” of the world. With 33% of the world’s black soil (chornozem) concentrated in Ukraine and a favourable climate,