Company in Ukraine – a future investment country

Ukraine is one of the largest markets in Europe to the area and population. The country’s great potential in agriculture, IT and telecoms as well as its need for energy and environmental technology offers a variety of business opportunities for EU companies.

On January 1, 2016, the Free Trade Agreement, known as the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA), entered into force, including the gradual liberalization of trade in goods through the decommissioning of customs duties and the facilitation of trade in services.

Ukraine is the second largest country in Europe

Ukraine, located in the heart of Eastern Europe and occupying a land area of ​​603,700 square kilometers, is the second largest country in Europe after Russia. It is divided into 24 provinces (oblasts), with Kiev as its capital. Ukrainian is the official language, and the currency is the hryvnia (UAH). Ukraine’s population was estimated at 42.4 million people by the end of 2017.

Ukraine – Don’t miss the train

Ukraine looks very positive on investments from abroad, especially from EU countries. There are no obstacles for citizens from other EU countries to own real estate, start or buy companies or to open bank accounts. When ongoing conflicts are resolved, the economy will pick up properly. It is now time to jump on the train to count future profits.

The black gold in Ukraine

The agricultural sector in Ukraine is the most stable and maintains a leading position in Ukraine exports thanks to access to 33% of the world’s fertile black soil. Ukraine has the land resources to produce food for 400 million people.

In order to carry out a successful establishment and export venture in Ukraine, the right local partners are required, good personal relationships and we are happy to help you.