"Ukraine values every investor that stimulates economic development, creates jobs and helps to get out of difficult situations facing us. The Verkhovna Rada is ready for a constructive dialogue with business to create equal and clear working conditions. Today, the main steps for economic growth of our state were discussed during a meeting with representatives of the American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine," Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Dmytro Razumkov posted on Facebook.
According to him, the Parliament passed a law on investment nannies and renewed the liability for illicit enrichment.
"At the same time, a draft law on industrial parks, which will help business work in our country, is pending consideration. An equally important aspect of successful work is the rule of law. The Verkhovna Rada is already considering the bills on the new regulations of the Constitutional Court, anti-corruption and judicial reforms," Razumkov said.
The Verkhovna Rada Speaker is convinced that it is possible to create all the conditions for economic strengthening and development of Ukraine only by joint efforts of central and local authorities and the business.
"After all, it is the business that pays taxes, fills the budget and helps to go through the trials that exist today," Razumkov said.
As reported, on March 30, the Verkhovna Rada passed at second reading the bill that unlocks large-scale privatization.
The bill lifts the ban on large-scale privatization auctions, which was imposed in 2020 in connection with the coronavirus pandemic.
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