Analysis of multiyear trends highlights world-beating progress made by Ukraine as country continues to move away from inherited Soviet economic model
Expats are returning to the Ukrainian real estate market and the annual summer scramble for residential accommodation offers key investor insights
Former Tsarist and Soviet era shipbuilding center seeks to lead industrial Ukraine’s post-Maidan transformation
Southern Ukrainian port city boasts investment-friendly administration and infrastructure advantages that make it well placed to capitalize on growing local budget authority
Ukraine’s former capital city was initially not seen as a Euro 2012 host but managed to win over UEFA officials
Can this former Soviet closed city become a model for enduring change in Ukraine’s industrial rust belt?
Can Oleksandr Senkevych live up to his election promise of a fresh start for the south Ukrainian port city?
Southern Ukrainian port city with global horizons seeks to reinvent itself and shake off Soviet shadows
Global brand seeks to lead by example in Ukraine with range of health, ecology and community initiatives
Damen Shipyards Group sees advantages of growing partnership with Mykolaiv engineering excellence
UPSS Terminals plans to upgrade Mykolaiv port complex as infrastructure investment continues
Oleksandr Yaroslavsky’s Kharkiv Palace Hotel stages prestige European event in boost for eastern Ukraine’s international profile
Reform process offers signs of encouragement but significant legislative challenges remain
ACC Board of Directors Chairman Grzegorz Chmielarski sees international makeup as an asset
Ukraine’s booming agriculture sector attracts interest but international investors seek greater state assurances
How should Ukraine deal with the country’s inheritance of low-quality residential buildings constructed during the mid-twentieth century?
ACC President Andy Hunder believes business can play crucial role in Ukraine’s transformation
Oleksandr Yaroslavky’s DCH group buys iron ore enterprise Sukha Balka from EVRAZ Group in USD 110 million deal
Independent advisory body plans to expand after winning plaudits during impressive first two years
IMF pressure has put agricultural land sales reform back on the Ukrainian political agenda but proposed changes may prove disappointing
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