The leadership of UkraineInvest and the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine discussed strategic steps of cooperation in the field of investment attraction

Ukraine’s post-war economic strategy includes introducing incentives for investors and ensuring equal access to finance for businesses. 

Ukraine is open for foreign investors. But all players – government and business – must strictly adhere to clear and transparent rules of the game: understand not only the green light, but also the red light.

This was discussed at a meeting of the #UkraineInvest management with Pavlo Kyrylenko, Chairman of the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine.

“The Committee is open to cooperation with both government agencies and the public, both Ukrainian and international. And everything we do should serve the development of the Ukrainian economy and the strengthening of the state,” said Pavlo Kyrylenko, Chairman of the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine.

The parties discussed strategic steps of cooperation in attracting investments to Ukraine. These include, in particular

– cooperation in improving competition and investment policy and legislation, developing pro-European principles of market environment in strategic and socially important commodity markets of Ukraine;

– cooperation in providing investors with expert advice on competition law;

– exchange of information on current investment trends;

– organising joint seminars and training for investors on protecting competition and ensuring successful business in Ukraine.

“It is necessary to strike a balance between the rapid recovery of the country and our economy and ensuring a level playing field for all businesses,” said Oleksandr Melnychenko, Acting Executive Director of UkraineInvest.

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