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The government has trumpeted legislative changes and political stability as providing a stronger basis for attracting foreign money. But lawyers said that, for all the legislative hard work, it remains unclear that it has actually helped the investment climate.

“Unfortunately, I can’t recall any healthy changes to the investment environment in recent years,” says Vladimir Kotenko, partner and head of tax and law at Ernst & Young in Ukraine.

The biggest change for the country’s FDI environment, for good or for ill, has been the consolidation of Ukraine’s various tax laws into the one document – the Tax Code of Ukraine – which entered into force on April 1.

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