Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said this during the presentation of the country's economic audit and vectors of economic development until 2030, according to an Ukrinform correspondent.
“The Government has identified 30 priority projects until 2030. These are the projects that will be at the heart of our long-term development strategy, namely, some of them are aimed at reducing the state's share in the economy. They also include the development of the financial sector, a decrease in the regulatory burden on business, a significant increase in the volume of exploration and production of own minerals, the development of infrastructure in the agricultural sector, favorable tax and legal regime for innovative and research companies, digital economy, the country's reputation in the world and strengthening of trade diplomacy, and the creation of an economic basis for the development of education, medicine, culture and social services," the PM said.
As reported, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said at a regular meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers on November 4 that Ukraine's economic breakthrough was an ambitious goal for the government. He also noted that the Cabinet of Ministers had developed a vision of the country's economic development until 2030 in order to quickly restore the Ukrainian economy. Shmyhal stressed that according to the government's forecasts, the Ukrainian economy will begin to recover from 2021 thanks to public investment and business support.
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