30 May – Briefing “Doing Business 2018: what to expect?”

26-05-2017

A briefing on issue “Doing Business 2018: what to expect?” will be held on Tuesday, May 30, 2017 at 14:00.

On May 31 of this year, the World Bank experts stop considering changes and start processing data for the annual Doing Business ranking. This ranking is a kind of marker in terms of increased investment attractiveness of countries on the map of the world economy. The countries entering the top ten of the Doing Business ranking receive 50 times more foreign direct investments than those countries entering the last ten.

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Ukraine ranked 80 among 190 countries in the Doing Business index. Participants of the briefing will speak about the steps that have been taken to improve this position:

  • Maksim Nefyodov, the First Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine;
  • Lev Partskhaladze, the Deputy Minister of Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Utilities of Ukraine;
  • Oleksiy Honcharuk, the BRDO Head;

Venue: House of Government (Hrushevskogo st., 12/2, the 1st entrance).

Admission by passports and editorial cards only.

Accreditation of media representatives – till 11.00 on May 30: https://goo.gl/xEMKrC

If you have any questions, please call 050 689 93 28.

Welcome to the event!

For information

Doing Business is one of the most popular rankings of countries prepared by the World Bank. The ranking characterizes the investment climate of countries. 

The World Bank’s Doing Business ranking is a result of annual researches that assess the ease of doing business based on 10 indicators in 189 countries. Components of the ranking assess the regulatory acts that regulate activities of small and medium enterprises throughout their life cycle as well as their actual use in practice. 

To improve the business climate in Ukraine and increase Ukraine’s positions in the Doing Business ranking, the Ministry of Economic Development together with the Better Regulation Delivery Office has developed the roadmap consisting of 43 points. This roadmap was approved by the CMU Resolution 1406 dated December 16, 2015.

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