Recently, the situation around Russian business in Ukraine has been artificially inflated by information in the media about the threat of confiscation of Russian assets in response to the nationalization of Ukraine’s state property in the Crimea. Therefore, the issue of assessing real threats and business opportunities and investing Russian capital in Ukraine is quite relevant.
As it may sound incredible now, in the medium term, for Russian private investors, Ukraine can become an attractive territory for investment. And those who can retain their positions now and benefit from new opportunities that are associated primarily with the upcoming reforms and the influx of Western capital into the economy of Ukraine will benefit. Continue reading