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

Ukraine is working with the London Stock Exchange and TheCityUK to create a favourable financial ecosystem for Ukrainian companies to access finance and attract investment.
The Ministry of Economy of Ukraine, the London Stock Exchange and TheCityUK have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to support the development of the Ukrainian financial and related professional services market through the City-Ukraine Hub. 

A Ukrainian-Polish consortium is investing over UAH 100 mln in the production of power equipment in Ukraine.
The new production facility will be established on the basis of ENERGO-PLUS LLC and will specialise in the manufacture of high-voltage frequency converters for motors.  

Ukrainian entrepreneurs can receive up to EUR 50,000 for the development of a technology start-up under the Seeds of Bravery programme.
According to the Ministry of Digital Transformation, the project was created to support Ukrainian technology start-ups and integrate them into European markets.  

The European Central Bank left interest rates unchanged.
The central bank pledged to keep them at sufficiently restrictive levels for as long as necessary to bring inflation back to its 2% target in a timely manner.  

The organisers of the World Economic Forum open the GovTech Centre in Kyiv.
The GovTech Centre will focus on the digital transformation of government, the development of e-governance and digital skills. The Centre will enable Ukrainian startups and innovators to share experiences with foreign partners and accelerate digital reforms in Ukraine. 

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