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Ukraine had little luck attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2010. A year after the presidential elections the level of FDI inflows in Ukraine was three times lower compared to the previous year, according to the research findings “European Attractiveness Survey 2010”. In 2010 the total value of FDI in Ukraine was Euro 4.15 billion. It is expected to grow by 40% in 2011.
According to research, uncertain investment climate, inflation and 19% GDP contraction in 2009 might have been causes for concerns for the potential foreign investors and raised questions about the country’s ability to handle the economy.
Over the years 2006-2010 the key sources of FDI came from the USA (22 projects), Germany (21 projects), Russia (17 projects) and France (14 projects), and created 1809 jobs, while polish investors created 1900 jobs in Ukraine in that period of time.
Read the report Ukraine FDI Report 2011
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