Poland is one of Ukraine’s key trading partners and currently ranks as one of the top ten investors in Ukraine. As of December 2020, Poland’s total volume of direct investments in the Ukrainian economy amounted to USD 837 million, 45% of which went to the Ukrainian industry sphere.
🔷 “We see great potential for further cooperation in production and industry sectors, and the Presidential Law of Ukraine “On State Support of Investment Projects with Significant Investments in Ukraine” will help attract investors to this area. About 3 thousand companies with Polish capital have already been registered in Ukraine, among which the major ones are Barlinek, CERSANIT, Fakro, Sniezka, Noviy Style. Ukraine can and should become a European industrial hub, and in this context, it is important for us to learn the Polish experience and attract Polish partners,” – said UkraineInvest Executive Director Sergiy Tsivkach during his speech at the XIII International Forum “Polish-Ukrainian Business Days” in Warsaw.
🔷 UkraineInvest is working to strengthen cooperation with Polish businesses and promote economic partnership, particularly in the industry, energy, and banking sectors.