Ukraine has a lot to offer those willing to invest in its recovery

Ukraine offers investors a wide range of incentives to invest in priority sectors of the economy, including a special tax regime for the IT industry, temporary tax and customs concessions for investments in the production of electric vehicles and aircraft, financial support for agricultural processing, etc.

The CEO of UkraineInvest said this during his speech at the International Investment Forum for Innovation INVESTinUA.

Sergiy Tsivkach spoke about why it is worth investing in Ukraine, sectoral investment opportunities, investment incentives, presented cases of investment in new projects and expectations for the investment situation in 2024.

Among the main advantages of Ukraine he mentioned

– rebuilding related investment opportunities  
– access to regional consumer markets
– geographical location
– skilled and competitive workforce
– significant raw material base
– digitalisation
– investment incentives
– investment insurance

“It is possible and necessary to invest in Ukraine. We want companies to realise that Ukraine is a profitable business case and to contact UkraineInvest to explore opportunities. UkraineInvest provides investors interested in doing business with comprehensive support, including up-to-date analysis, necessary to make decisions about investment and further operations in our country. We are making sure that reconstruction begins with attracting private investment,” said Sergiy Tsivkach.

The Forum brought together representatives of international investment funds, investors and business angels from over 30 countries.

Participants were introduced to innovative Ukrainian projects in the following areas

– artificial intelligence
– robotic applications and financial assistants
– cybersecurity and blockchain technology
– digital education
– augmented and virtual reality
– health tech
– green technologies

The event was organised as part of the ReACT4UA international cooperation project “Application and Implementation of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement in the field of Trade”, funded by the German government. The project is implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH in cooperation with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Ukraine.

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