Ukraine's foreign investment climate is now more lucrative, thanks to the Law on "State Support for Investment Projects with Significant Investments in Ukraine." The government passed this law on February 13th, 2021. Its objective is to create a conducive business environment for high-value foreign investment in Ukraine. Foreigners will now invest in various sectors of the Ukrainian economy as partnerships, joint-stock companies, or wholly-owned subsidiaries.
For over ten years, the Ukrainian government banned gambling of any form in the country. However, in 2020 the ban was overturned, and gambling resumed. The Gambling and Lotteries Regulation Commission is in charge of the regulations that guide all gambling houses and casinos. The gambling industry is up and running and has become very successful.
Introducing a product to the market is a key aspect that determines how well the product will sell. In Ukraine and any other country, products are designed with considerations such as target market, market availability, and competition. If all these and many other factors are considered during the product introduction phase, the product is likely to sell well.
Ukraine acquires the bulk of its fossil fuel through importation. To minimize the cost of these imports and to create employment within its homeland, the government established renewable energy production plants. This also led to the production of biogas.
Investment accounts are a form of current account that can only be used for business purposes. For instance, if you need to invest money or receive profits from business operations, that’s the kind of account you should use.
The development of Ukraine's renewable energy sector has been rapid over the past few years. This is supported by Renewables in Ukraine, which reveals that investments (in this energy sector) amounting to USD 1.4 billion have been made between 2009 and 2018. In 2018 alone, there was an 87% growth in solar power capacity. This growth continued throughout 2019 and 2020, despite challenges brought by the pandemic.