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Ukraine as a Market

Reforms helped to stabilize confidence in Ukraine’s economy after the sharp economic contraction in 2014 and 2015. Since then Ukraine’s economy has been showing continuing, albeit modest, growth of approximately 2 percent on a yearly basis. Growth has been driven in large part by the services sector including IT, healthcare, food and beverage, infrastructure, agriculture, fast-moving consumer goods, renewable and nuclear energy sectors.

Trade with Ukraine has also become simpler since the introduction of the DCFTA (Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement) which was implemented January 1st 2016. This agreement provides certain implementations that ease trade barriers between EU and Ukraine – especially the bureaucratic barriers.

On https://thetradecouncil.dk/ you can find The Trade Council’s reports, analysis and newsletters, which makes it easier to find information about the market or sector that is relevant for you.

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Market Information

Find links to the market and sector reports, figures, analysis and newsletters on thetradecouncil.dk. Most of the reports are in English.