While being the largest country within Europe, Ukraine enjoys the benefits of location at the crossroads of major transportation routes between Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Ukraine is a world level player in a number of industries, including agriculture, developed energy, metallurgy, chemicals, manufacturing, IT and high-tech sector. It is home to a number of global firms that began as successful startups (Grammarly, Depositphotos, MacPaw, Petcube and others). Many global companies have also established major R&D facilities in Ukraine, including Oracle, Ring, Siemens, Cisco and Samsung.
Ukraine is ranked 64th in the World Bank Ease of Doing Business 2020’s ranking , rising 88 positions since 2012. Being the most cost-efficient manufacturing platform in Europe and having 18 free trade agreements with 48 countries we have a lot to offer to investors.
On 13 February 2021 the Law of Ukraine No. 1116 “On State Support for Investment Projects with Significant Investments in Ukraine” (so-called Law on Investment Nannies) entered into force introducing a comprehensive legislative framework aimed at attracting large investments to the economy of Ukraine. According to this Law and respective amendments to the Tax and Customs Codes of Ukraine (effective as of 28 March 2021), a package of special investment incentives became available for investment projects meeting certain criteria.
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