Investment insurance

According to the Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine No. 388 dated April 19, 2024, the Export Credit Agency (ECA) is entitled to carry out insurance and reinsurance of military and political risks arising in the process of business activities provided by law. Special attention should be drawn to investment insurance, an important … Continue reading Investment insurance

“Bread” instead of “metal”: how Ukraine is trying to stay afloat in international commodity markets

Under the Ukraine Facility, a financial support program from the European Union, Ukraine is implementing a series of strategic economic reforms and sectoral development measures. These measures are expected to boost export volumes and strengthen the country’s position in the international market as a leading supplier of critical materials and high-quality products. We have decided to analyze … Continue reading “Bread” instead of “metal”: how Ukraine is trying to stay afloat in international commodity markets

A good week for Ukraine: Berlin hosts a key milestone in Ukraine’s recovery efforts

The Ukraine Recovery Conference (URC) 2024, held in Berlin on June 11-12, marked a significant step forward in the international community's support for Ukraine amid the ongoing war with Russia. The conference brought together over 3,400 participants from various sectors, including national and local governments, businesses, and civil society organizations. The event aimed to consolidate … Continue reading A good week for Ukraine: Berlin hosts a key milestone in Ukraine’s recovery efforts

Japanese project to improve trade routes towards Europe in Southern Ukraine

Among the countries of the G7, Japan stands out as a very generous partner of Ukraine, with a discreet style of communication regarding its investment projects in the country tormented by the Russian invasion. The important thing about the Japanese approach is an accurate preliminary study of the territory being invested in and the medium-long … Continue reading Japanese project to improve trade routes towards Europe in Southern Ukraine

Ukrainian South’s resilience unbroken: EUAM Ukraine’s Head visits Mykolaiv and Odesa

Even a child in Ukraine can nowadays quickly identify the air alert sound, showing you the shortest way to the shelter in the neighbourhood. This is the new “normality” since the beginning of Russia’s brutal war against Ukraine. A war against Ukraine’s state and nation, its people’s independence, democracy, and liberty.  Living in the war … Continue reading Ukrainian South’s resilience unbroken: EUAM Ukraine’s Head visits Mykolaiv and Odesa

How G7 and EU plan to use Russia’s frozen assets to help Ukraine

Flags of Ukraine fly in front of the EU Parliament building on the first anniversary of the Russian invasion, in Brussels, Belgium February 24, 2023. REUTERS/Yves Herman/File Photo Purchase Licensing Rights BRUSSELS, June 6 (Reuters) - The Group of Seven countries and the European Union are considering how to use profits generated by Russian assets immobilised in … Continue reading How G7 and EU plan to use Russia’s frozen assets to help Ukraine

Ukraine’s Economic Recovery: Remarks and a Conversation with Penny Pritzker

SpeakerPenny PritzkerU.S. Special Representative for Ukraine’s Economic Recovery; Former U.S. Secretary of Commerce; CFR Member U.S. Special Representative Penny Pritzker discusses ongoing Ukraine recovery and reconstruction efforts, having just returned from three trips to Ukraine in six weeks, including joining the Secretary of State in mid-May. She will also outline U.S. priorities for supporting Ukraine in … Continue reading Ukraine’s Economic Recovery: Remarks and a Conversation with Penny Pritzker

Sectoral reforms, human capital and tax policies: what to expect in the next four years

In the first article, we considered the institutional reforms foreseen by several strategic documents which the Ukrainian government promised to implement over the next few years: EU-2023 Review, Ukraine Facility Plan, IMF program for Ukraine, and the government Revenue Strategy. In this article, we look at sectoral reforms that should create prerequisites for sustainable economic development … Continue reading Sectoral reforms, human capital and tax policies: what to expect in the next four years

A commentary on potential reparations claims arising from the Russia-Ukraine conflict

During Paris Arbitration Week, HKA hosted a panel that considered the options for compensation for damages loss or injury open to victims of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The panel was timely as the Register for Damage for Ukraine (“the Register” or “RD4U”) was on the point of opening (and now has opened) for the receipt … Continue reading A commentary on potential reparations claims arising from the Russia-Ukraine conflict