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Ukraine Business Roundup — February 20

Ukraine Business Roundup — February 20

by Liliane Bivings

The following is the Feb. 20, 2024 edition of our Ukraine Business Roundup weekly newsletter. To get the biggest news in business and tech from Ukraine directly in your inbox, subscribe here. Tokyo summit Japanese and Ukrainian representatives met in Tokyo on Feb. 19 to foster dialogue between both government

Everyone talks about investing in Ukraine, but few are doing it

Everyone talks about investing in Ukraine, but few are doing it

by Dominic Culverwell

Despite its economy steadily improving from the first months of the full-scale invasion, very little foreign capital is currently trickling down to Ukraine’s private and public sectors. Money from international financial institutions has helped stabilize the economy, bolstering forecasts of 3.2% gross domestic product (GDP) growth this year,

Kenneth Rogoff: Europe must lead Ukraine’s reconstruction

Kenneth Rogoff: Europe must lead Ukraine’s reconstruction

by Kenneth Rogoff

CAMBRIDGE – Who should pay for Ukraine’s postwar reconstruction? Shortly after Russia’s invasion, my co-authors and I estimated that it would cost roughly €200-500 billion ($220-550 billion) to rebuild the country and called for Europe to spearhead the recovery effort. After more than 500 days of death and destruction,

Anders Åslund: Preparing for Ukraine’s reconstruction

Anders Åslund: Preparing for Ukraine’s reconstruction

by Anders Åslund

STOCKHOLM – As Ukraine’s counteroffensive gets underway, Western countries must help liberate all Ukrainians living under Russian occupation. But Western assistance must not end once Russia is defeated. Ukraine’s supporters must also help its postwar recovery. The Ukraine Recovery Conference in London on June 21-22 is an opportunity to

Ukraine calls for reconstruction investment at Toronto conference

Ukraine calls for reconstruction investment at Toronto conference

by Anastasiya Gordiychuk

The Rebuild Ukraine Business Conference convened on Nov. 23 in Toronto while Russia launched yet another massive missile strike all over Ukraine, killing civilians, damaging critical infrastructure, and causing major blackouts across Ukraine and even parts of neighboring Moldova. Organized by the Canada-Ukraine Chamber of Commerce and Business Council of

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