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Unstable tax law is a painful issue for Ukrainian business

Unstable tax law is a painful issue for Ukrainian business

87.5% of Ukrainian companies consider the instability of tax legislation a major problem for business development in Ukraine. This was stated by the Deputy of the Finance Minister of Ukraine Elena Makeeva. She said these words during the press-briefing in the Ukraine Crisis Media-Center.   Businessmen named the high tax burden on the wage fund […]

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Yatseniuk promises results of reforms in 2016

Yatseniuk promises results of reforms in 2016

Prime-Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatseniuk promised that Ukrainians will see the results of reforms in 2016. He said this during his interview for Ukrainian TV channel ICTV. Prime Minister gave example of Poland which had also gone through reforms more than 20 years ago. Today Poland is prosperous state, member of European Union. Ukraine undergoes […]

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Support of International Monetary Fund for Ukraine

Support of International Monetary Fund for Ukraine

Reforms in Ukraine and support from International Monetary Fund Help of International Monetary Fund for Ukraine demonstrates desire of the international community to aid Ukraine as well as their belief in reformatory potential of Ukrainian authorities. According to IMF chief Christine Lagarde, the funds allocated for Ukraine follow such aims as support of immediate economic […]

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Civil and Political School wants to train future Ukrainian political leaders

Civil and Political School wants to train future Ukrainian political leaders

December 17, 2014 Civil and Political school intends to bring foreign reformation experience to Ukrainian students The creation of the Civil and Political School (CAPS) will help to train future leaders of Ukraine in things most of them lack today – Western-style education. The school uses experience of Georgia and other post-communist states. CAPS will […]

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President Poroshenko has signed a decree to grant Ukrainian citizenship to 3 foreign experts

President Poroshenko has signed a decree to grant Ukrainian citizenship to 3 foreign experts

December 2, 2014 3 foreign experts receive Ukrainian citizenship President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has signed a decree granting Ukrainian citizenship to 3 foreign experts: Naltaliya Yaresko, Alexandra Kvitashvili and Ayvaras Abramavychus. The President informs about this in his twitter. ‘Ukraine urgently needs reforms. More than ever we need international practices of state administration, fight […]

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Ukraine needs change agents to carry out reforms

Ukraine needs change agents to carry out reforms

December 1, 2014 Change agents – necessary people for reformation of our country Change agents are necessary people for reformation of our country. People with international experience, education of European model can do it best of all. Such ideas were expressed at press briefing in Ukrainian Crisis Center by Idyna Ozymor, head of project ‘Western […]

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Historians speak about unfinished Ukrainian revolutions

Historians speak about unfinished Ukrainian revolutions

November 25, 2014  Ukrainian historians about 3 unfinished revolutions Maidans of 2004 and 2013 can be compared to old Rus councils in an emergency. Ukrainian historians expressed this opinion during press briefing at Ukraine Crisis Media Center which was organized within the framework of special project to the firs anniversary of Euromaidan. According to them, […]

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Ukraine needs system and unpopular transformations. The state is not able to change by magic, it is to undergo serious transformations for its own sake.

elite compensating mistakes of their predecessors Ukraine needs system and unpopular transformations. The state is not able to change by magic, it is to undergo serious transformations for its own sake.

November 14, 2014 Verkhovna Rada of eighths convocation is doomed to become penal battalion for Ukrainian Opinion: Why do Ukrainians risk losing their motherland Here is an opinion from Eugene Magda, candidate of Political Sciences, Director of the Center for public Relations. Ending coalition negotiations are the triumph and tragedy of Ukrainian parliamentary. The problem […]

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President Poroshenko has signed package of anti-corruption laws

President Poroshenko has signed package of anti-corruption laws

October 23, 2014 Poroshenko has signed a number of anti-corruption laws Espreso.tv reports this with reference to the press service of the president. In particular, the President has signed the following laws: ‘On the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine’, ‘On the Prevention of Corruption’, ‘On the basis of Anti-Corruption policy in Ukraine (AntiCorruption strategy) for […]

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Tax reform as possibility to attract foreign investment [Infographics]

Tax reform as possibility to attract foreign investment

October 10, 2014 Tax reform – Ukrainian government wants to cut the number of taxes War in Eastern Ukraine has already had significant effect at state economy. The inflicted damage is estimated in billion. According to Ukrainian government, tax reform is a way to restore the devastated economy. This would help to attract more foreign […]

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