The Ukrainian economy’s attractiveness to foreign and domestic investors shot up in 2017, scoring more than three points out of a possible five for the first time since 2011, according to the European Business Association’s annual Investment Attractiveness Index report.
The EBA has published the report on its website. Ukraine’s score this year was 3.15. Last year it was 2.85.
“In fact, this is the result of joint efforts by the government and business,” Boris Lozhkin, the deputy head of National Reforms Council of Ukraine, wrote on Facebook on July 4.