Ukraine's Economy Ministry expects over US$3 bln in foreign investment in 2020.

The amount is set at up to US$5 billion under the best-case scenario.



Ukraine's Ministry of Economic Development, Trade and Agriculture expects that foreign investment in 2020 will amount to US$3 billion – US$3.5 billion.

Deputy Minister of Economic Development, Trade and Agriculture Sergey Nikolaychuk announced such figures during a presentation of the government's strategy for economic growth of Ukraine.

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"We have two scenarios that were approved in October, we are now working on their updating. If we are talking about the base-case scenario, this is an increase in foreign investment to US$3-3.5 billion. In our best-case scenario, we would like to bring it up to US$5 billion. In addition to foreign investors, we rely on domestic investors," he said.

As UNIAN reported earlier, the Cabinet of Ministers set itself the task of ensuring a 40% increase in Ukraine's GDP in the next five years. To do this, it is necessary to raise about US$50 billion in investment.

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