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

The President of Ukraine has signed Law of Ukraine No. 8138.
The law is aimed at improving the current regulation of state support for large investment projects.

Japan’s big business is interested in long-term cooperation with Ukraine.

This was discussed during a meeting between Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal and Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi and representatives of leading Japanese companies.

The developments under the Ukraine Facility programme will become the basis for attracting other donors – the Ministry of Economy of Ukraine.
The Ukraine Facility programme should not only become the foundation for Ukraine’s recovery and European integration, but also ensure the country’s internal transformation, implement economic reforms and stimulate the development of priority sectors of the economy.

The EU will allocate additional 50 bln euros for the reconstruction of Ukraine. 
In her speech to the European Parliament summarising the achievements of the European Commission over the past year, President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen said that the European Union would provide Ukraine with an additional EUR 50 bln to rebuild and modernise the country after Russian aggression. These funds will be provided over the next 4 years.

South Korea will provide Ukraine with USD 2 bln in low-interest loans starting in 2025.
South Korea will provide Ukraine with USD 2.3 bln for post-war reconstruction: the initial USD 300 mln in 2024 in humanitarian aid and the rest in low-interest loans starting in 2025.

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