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Bernama: Ukraine, young country with great potential

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Aug. 24, 2012, 4:38 p.m. | Ukraine abroad — by Bernama

Ukraine has established itself admirably among the world's nations after two decades of intensive efforts aimed at transforming its national economy and strengthening the government structure.
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KUALA LUMPUR - Ukraine has established itself admirably among the world's nations after two decades of intensive efforts aimed at transforming its national economy and strengthening the government structure.

The young country, which turns 21 on Friday, has continued to demonstrate sustained economic development despite global financial crises, the Ukrainian embassy said in a statement issued to mark the country's Independence Day.

The embassy stated that the country's political stability had also created a favourable investment climate, which has provided opportunities for modernising its economy, helped introduce latest technologies, build new factories and create additional jobs.

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bkrevel Aug. 24, 2012, 11:25 p.m.    

Go to the "Read more here".......

This is a pack of lies and propoganda from the Ukrainian Embassy to the easily duped reporters at Benama.
Outrageous lies......ie $15 Billion on Euro 2012, mostly financed by 'foreign investment'......!!!!!!

The London Olympics cost $15 billion for multiple venues, at labor costs of $20-$40 / hour. And Ukrainian tradespeople and workers were paid $10 per day !!

Plus , it is a know fact upwards of 50% or $8 billion was siphoned off by corrupt and crooked gov't officials and mafia contractors......

As I said,,,,,,this story is a 1,000 % pack of lies and propoganda.........

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