Amidst war and economic crisis, the state and the Government assume a key role in creating incentives for economic recovery. This was emphasized by Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal during the meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers on October 28.
The Head of the Government announced that more than UAH 320 million had been allocated for the creation and expansion of new enterprises within the eRobota program.
"A UAH 306 million resource will be allocated in the shape of non-refundable grants for the establishment of 47 new processing enterprises. Another almost UAH 15 million is for the creation of new agricultural enterprises in the field of berry growing and horticulture," told Denys Shmyhal.
In order to increase resilience to existing and future challenges, Ukraine needs a strong sustainable economy and a working private sector, the Prime Minister emphasized. That is why, according to him, preferential lending programs, grant programs, development of the investment nannies programs, industrial parks, deregulation and tax incentives are to be prolonged.