UKRAINE FOCUSES ON ATTRACTING FOREIGN INVESTMENT AND CONCESSIONS
The Ukrainian government is working to attract foreign investment and improve the business environment, especially in terms of the rule of law and public administration efficiency, to welcome foreign investors with a target of USD 50 billion in FDI over the next five years.
Particular attention is paid to the infrastructure sector, for which the government has adopted the law on concessions, approved in October 2019, which focuses on PPPs and the renewal and expansion of infrastructure.
In terms of opportunities, the government announced that in 2020 concessions will be prepared for the ports of Mariupol, Berdyansk, Chornomorsk and part of the port of Odessa, seven railway stations, the Kiev Ring Road connecting the M-06 Kiev-Chop motorway and M-05 Kiev-Odessa, several airports, the multimodal cargo hub "Bila Tserkva" and the waste disposal centre of the city of Lysychansk. There are also other opportunities in the mining, chemical and hotel sectors, such as the "President Hotel" and the "Dnipro Hotel".
At the following link you can download the recently published Investment Atlas of Ukraine: https://www.kmu.gov.ua/en/news/ukraine-invest