Ukraine demonstrates sustainable economic growth and creates favorable conditions for attracting foreign investment. This was stated by First Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine - Minister of Economy of Ukraine Yulia Svyrydenko during an online meeting of representatives of the Government of Ukraine and the largest international investment companies and funds.
Yulia Svyrydenko stressed that nowadays Ukraine has a favorable investment climate. This is evidenced by macroeconomic indicators, the introduction of incentives for investors and effective support for foreign investment by the Ukrainian authorities. In addition, reforms aimed at increasing the transparency of the tax system, supporting business and strengthening the protection of investors' rights have had a positive impact.
"Ukraine winds up the year of 2021 with the highest dollar GDP in its history, approximately USD 195 billion. Next year we plan to reach a high growth performance of gross domestic product due to the launch of a number of programs. In particular, it is a large-scale thermal modernization of residential buildings, comprehensive restoration of irrigation systems in southern Ukraine, mass cheap mortgage lending, active financing of exporters to further increase exports," said the First Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine - Minister of Economy of Ukraine.
During the meeting, government officials stressed that the geopolitical situation is stable and does not affect Ukraine's economy.
Government officials stressed that Ukraine had managed to overcome the crisis associated with the start of hostilities in the country in 2014 and to create a favorable microclimate for investing in the Ukrainian economy. Currently, the most attractive for investment are clusters such as infrastructure, mechanical engineering, energy, in particular, thermal modernization of housing stock, IT and construction. According to experts, it is in these areas that investment has the greatest effect.