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iness in Ukraine if a project sponsored by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) pans out.

Success of the project, which falls within USAID’s $10 million capital markets development project, could also boost interest in Ukraine’s small but promising stock market, giving brokers a more accurate picture of the health and operations of companies traded.

The project involves an overhaul of the state’s system for reporting corporate statements and making them publicly available. A publicly available website known as SMIDA is currently assigned this role, but filings are largely incomplete due to poor compliance by companies and weak enforcement by Ukraine’s State Securities and Stock Market Commission.

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