Bila Tserkva to be assigned a credit rating for the first time

Bila Tserkva to be assigned a credit rating for the first time

On 18 April 2018, the Strategic Development Agency and the Mayor’s Office of Bila Tserkva signed an agreement with the rating agency IBI-Rating. According to the terms of the agreement, the agency IBI-Rating will conduct a full-scale research and upon its results will assign to the city of Bila Tserkva a credit rating, as well as an investment attractiveness rating. Analysts of the agency will during a month analyze indicators of the social and economic…

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Kiev Announces Hyperloop project in Ukraine

Kiev Announces Hyperloop project in Ukraine

Ukraine’s Minister of Infrastructure Volodymyr Omelyan has announced the establishment of the Center of Transport Innovation and a test site for the Hyperloop project in Ukraine. “An expert estimation of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine should be ready this year. Next year we will start construction of a test site in Dnipro city,” the minister said. The system, expected to cost over $3 billion, not counting rolling stock, is expected to come online in the next…

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Turkey to welcome more Ukrainian tourists in 2018

Turkey to welcome more Ukrainian tourists in 2018

Turkey welcomed a record number of tourists from Ukraine in 2016 and 2017. According to Turkey’s Ambassador to Kiev; Yönet Can Tezel, the number of Ukrainian tourists will surpass last years’ tourist arrival numbers. The total number of Ukrainian tourists visiting Turkey increased 23.39% in 2017 compared to 2016 and accounted as 1,212,644 tourists. Most of those tourists enjoyed their holiday in Antalya. Tezel stated that there is a significant rise in arrivals in 2018…

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Ukraine and Antigua and Barbuda signed visa-free agreement

Ukraine and Antigua and Barbuda signed visa-free agreement

Ukraine has signed an agreement on the mutual abolition of visas with Antigua and Barbuda. The ceremony took place on February 5 at the Ukrainian Embassy in Washington. The visa free regime with Antigua and Barbuda allows Ukrainian citizens to stay in the country for a period not exceeding 90 days in any 180-day period. “A solemn ceremony was held in Washington during which Ambassador of Ukraine to the United States Valeriy Chaly and Ambassador of Antigua and Barbuda to…

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The rating of investment attractiveness of Vinnytsia city at invA+ grade

The rating of investment attractiveness of Vinnytsia city at invA+ grade

IBI-Rating informs on affirming of the rating of investment attractiveness of Vinnytsia city at invA+ grade (high investment attractiveness). The affirmed grade of the rating of investment attractiveness of Vinnytsia city is due to significance of the city as a regional centre. Its favourable geographical location, natural and climatic conditions given the existing loyal environmental legislation and absence of significant environmental problems, create additional opportunities for investors. The stable social and demographic situation in the…

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Japan, UAE liberalizes visa regime with Ukraine

Japan, UAE liberalizes visa regime with Ukraine

A visa-free regime between Ukraine and the United Arab Emirates officially began to work on December 31. Citizens of Ukraine will need a biometric passport valid for at least six months to enter the UAE. Ukrainians can enter, leave, fly through and stay at the territory of the UAE up to 30 days. Japan on January 1, 2018, simplified visa requirements for a short-term stay of Ukrainian citizens. The range of applicants eligible for multiple-entry visas for short-term business, cultural…

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