Warsaw-listed companies join forces to improve Ukraine's image

Author: Jakub Parusinski All articles by this author

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Aug. 22, 2012 15:51
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The Stock Exchange bell is used to open or close the session in Warsaw on November 9, 2010. At present 11 Ukrainian companies are listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, grouped together under the WIG-Ukraine index. They represent the biggest foreign presence on the Polish market.
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A union of Ukrainian companies listed abroad is seeking to revamp the nation's tattered image and improve the level of investor relations. This, the companies hope, will help create a communication-friendly culture in Ukraine and instill long-term thinking among the nation's firms.

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