This is a weekly digest of news about investment and business development in Ukraine from the UkraineInvest team

France will insure its companies interested in rebuilding Ukraine against war risks.
This will be done by the French state-owned insurance company Bpifrance Assurance Export.
Who is eligible for insurance?
any company operating under French law and making long-term investments abroad in a new or existing company
any credit institution that provides a bank loan to a foreign subsidiary.
The insurance covers up to 95% of the loss of the investor’s assets or receivables.

Investors from Lebanon and Jordan have invested USD 15 mln in the modernisation of MP Agrotorgovyi Dim in Kyiv region.
The new equipment will ensure a full cycle of production of ready-to-cook veal and beef semi-finished products.

Almost 2,500 companies from Poland want to take part in the process of rebuilding Ukraine.
They have informed the Polish Investment and Trade Agency of their readiness. Judging by the contacts and discussions held by the Polish and Ukrainian sides, it seems that there will be many more such entrepreneurs. This became known following the Common Future Congress for the Reconstruction of Ukraine in Poznan.

Ukrainian startup eTOLLs EU has attracted EUR 450 thousand of investment from Imperia Holding.
The startup plans to use the funds to strengthen its position in the European market. The funding will allow the startup to connect all types of toll roads in Europe and become the first platform for integrated toll payment.

Sweden is ready to provide trade and investment guarantees to companies cooperating with Ukraine. 
The Swedish government proposes to allocate SEK 333 mln for special export credit guarantees for companies trading with Ukraine. The Swedish government has included a corresponding initiative in the draft budget for 2024.

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