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Ukraine’s government might still be centralized in a top-down hierarchy, but its economy is well along the path of decentralization. And although large conglomerates like System Capital Management, or foreign commercial firms need offices in Kyiv just to be closer to the center of power, other foreign investors are taking a different path.

They are choosing regional bases outside the capital and demanding top-notch local legal services to follow them. 

When Progency Solar general manager William Brady moved production from China to Lviv Oblast in October 2010, he said he needed to be serviced by a large international law firm with knowledge of American and local law.

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