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20.03.2023 | 15:48 | Section for Public and Mass Media Relations. Ukraine and the United Kingdom sign a Digital Trade Agreement
Today, on 20 March, the Digital Trade Agreement between Ukraine and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland was signed. The Agreement provides a legal framework for the greater development of the digital economy – from E-commerce to Cybersecurity – and trading in digital products and services between Ukraine and the United Kingdom.
20.03.2023 | 13:15 | Section for Public and Mass Media Relations. Since the beginning of 2023, businesses have received affordable loans worth UAH 18.2 billion
Over 500 entrepreneurs received loans under the government's “Affordable Loans 5-7-9%” programme last week, totalling UAH 2.4 billion. Since the beginning of 2023, banks have issued 5,600 loans worth UAH 18.2 billion for businesses. Since the start of the programme (February 2020), 58.5 thousand loans worth UAH 184 billion have been issued.
20.03.2023 | 10:47 | Section for Public and Mass Media Relations. Deregulation: Government cancels outdated instruments
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has amended a number of resolutions as part of economic deregulation. In accordance with the recommendations of the IWG on the accelerated review of state instruments for regulating economic activity, the Government's decision approved at its meeting on 17 March 2023 cancelled outdated instruments.
18.03.2023 | 12:42 | Section for Public and Mass Media Relations. Mykolaiv region became the first region to start humanitarian demining of agricultural lands
Priority demining of agricultural lands has started in Mykolaiv region.
17.03.2023 | 12:15 | Section for Public and Mass Media Relations. "Our goal is to liberalise trade as much as possible, including the Pacific Rim countries," Yuliia Svyrydenko at the Exporters Summit
Last year, it was the Ukrainian business that continued to operate and covered 50% of the national budget expenditures. Ukraine exported $44.1 billion worth of goods, which accounted for one third of budget revenues. Further trade liberalisation, the conclusion of new free trade agreements and the opening of new markets are the focus of the Ministry of Economy of Ukraine. This was stated by Yuliia Svyrydenko, First Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine, Minister of Economy of Ukraine, at the Exporters' Summit that was held today, on 16 March.
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