Ukraine plans to attract Indian investors to small and large privatization – Kubiv

Ukraine plans to attract Indian investors to small and large privatization – Kubiv

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Ukraine intends to attract Indian investors to small and large privatization.

First Vice Prime Minister - Minister of Economic Development and Trade Stepan Kubiv informed this on Facebook on the results of the sixth meeting of Ukraine-India Intergovernmental Commission on Trade, Economic, Scientific, Technical, Industrial and Cultural Cooperation.

"The prospect of cooperation includes the following areas: attraction of Indian investors to small and large privatization in Ukraine, where there is now a new progressive legislation; involvement of India in negotiations on the organization of combined freight transport between Asia and the EU through Ukraine, ... participation of investors from India in Ukrainian projects of "green" energy; cooperation in the areas of innovation, IT and digital economy," he wrote.

According to Kubiv, the members of Ukraine-India Intergovernmental Commission  also spoke about participation of Ukrainian specialists in the construction of power units and reactors at nuclear power plants in India, modernization of industrial equipment of Indian enterprises of machine-building and metallurgical industries and mines for deep underground coal mining.

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