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Investments in Ukraine should be successful, claims Prime Minister
12.03.2018 | 15:19
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARIAT OF THE CMU

Investments in the economy of Ukraine need to be successful and there is potential for this. This was stated by Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman during the meeting "Dialogue between state authorities and business: meeting with the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko", which brings together representatives of leading Ukrainian and foreign companies. 

The Prime Minister underlined such meetings are essential in view of both the discussion of problems and the adoption of decisions aimed at achieving the strategic goal of ensuring sustainable economic growth sufficient for a qualitative change in the living standards of citizens.

"Today, we have good signals that the economy demonstrates upturn and recovery," the Prime Minister noted, the task is to ensure success of each investment. We have a potential for this goal".

The Head of Government stressed the country has opportunities to achieve economic growth rate at 5% or more. "It is important to approve a number of decisions, first of all, in the fields of ease of doing business, and investment protection. It is of utmost importance to ensure the investments securities ", he underscored.

According to the Prime Minister, the other equally important issues are deshadowing of the economy and continuation of changes that will not allow narrowing the entrepreneurship activities, both in the context of the work of the controlling bodies and dominant companies. "It is impossible to ignore the monopolists, who from time to time try to create conditions to restrain investments, in particular, unnecessary demands for different things. Thus, in the context of the regional policy we set the task for local authorities to create necessary infrastructure for business. Everyone is interested to establish favorable environment for business. It affects all spheres from light industry and to, perhaps, space exploration, " Volodymyr Groysman emphasized.

 

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