what do you know about investing in Ukarine ?

6 Answers

  • Nikki
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Not to do it. Where's Ukarine anyway?

  • NC
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Investing how? Are you interested in stock market, bonds, private debt, private equity, real estate, something else?

    The largest financial investor in the Ukraine is The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. They have some information about their investments:


    Usually, they are very open to co-investment proposals, but you need to be able to commit a substantial amount.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You cannot even spell the name of Ukraine correctly and you want to invest in it?

    They are selling property there. Do you know its real value or are you going to take the word of the crooks who run these rackets?

    Even if the property is worth it, who is going to look after it for you and how much will he be charging you?

    And if you have any problems will you be rushing there every time? Get real man.

  • 1 decade ago

    Investment in new economies has always risk.

    But facts

    1. Growth of retail sales 13% annually.

    2. Low competition.

    3. Good and soft tax policy.

    4. High bank rates.

    5. Cheap lease rate and labor force.

    6. No military conflicts.

    7. Warm and kind people.

    8. Lack of finance resources.

    9. cheap rent rates.

    10. Well-educated personnel resources

    11. Continental soft climate.

    More >>& I LOVE MY COUNTRY!

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  • Davy B
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    If its "Ukraine" I ask seriously why anyone who is not a professional or living there would want to?

    It must be an amazing risk but if there is a good reason to do so I would advise that you contact someone professional [lawyer etc] who is in the country.

  • 1 decade ago

    ( Ukraine) Dangerous , try some other country. But also deepens what kind of investment are we talking about?

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