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

Two more industrial parks will be created in Ukraine in Dnipro and Ivano-Frankivsk regions.
They will operate in the processing industry and create a total of more than 1,800 jobs.

The draft state budget for 2024 provides for UAH 40 bln to support economic recovery and help Ukrainian businesses.
In particular, it is planned to allocate UAH 18 bln for the 5-7-9 soft loan programme and almost UAH 5 bln for the eRobota programme of non-refundable grants.

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has approved the creation of the Sygnivka Industrial Park in Lviv.
The park will be located on a 15-hectare area with 90,000 sq m of production space. Key industries include the automotive industry, data centres, food and light industry. It is planned to create 1,500 jobs within 10 years.

The G7 countries have already frozen USD 280 bln of russian assets.
Finance ministers and central bankers of the G7 promise to hold these assets until russia pays for the damage to Ukraine.

The Ministry of Finance of Ukraine has improved its forecast for Ukraine’s GDP growth to 4.7%.
Minister of Finance Sergii Marchenko delivered a speech at the meeting of the G7 financial bloc in Morocco as part of his working visit to the annual meetings of the IMF and the World Bank, announcing updated macro-financial forecasts and expectations for this year and next.

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