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UKRAINE. GENERAL INFORMATION about UKRAINE. Location : Eastern Europe, bordering the Black Sea. Border countries: Belarus 891 km, Hungary 103 km, Moldova 939 km, Poland 428 km, Romania (south) 169 km, Romania (west) 362 km, Russia 1,576 km, Slovakia 90 km .

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GENERAL INFORMATION about UKRAINE

  • Location: Eastern Europe, bordering the Black Sea. Border countries: Belarus 891 km, Hungary 103 km, Moldova 939 km, Poland 428 km, Romania (south) 169 km, Romania (west) 362 km, Russia 1,576 km, Slovakia 90 km.
  • Area: 603,700 sq km (233,090 sq miles)
  • Population: 45,6 million people
  • Capital: Kiev
  • Main cities: Kharkov, Donetsk, Dnepropetrovsk, Odessa, Lvov, Zaporozhe, Lugansk
  • Main exports: Military equipment, metals, pipes, machinery, petroleum products, textiles, agricultural products
  • Major trading partners: EU, CIS, China, US.
  • GNI per capita: US $3,120 (World Bank, 2011)
  • Constitutional form: Presidential Parliamentary Republic
  • Head of State: President Mr. Viktor Yanukovych
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UKRAINIAN NATURAL RESOURCES:

  • Most of Ukraine consists of fertile plains (steppes) and plateaus, mountains being found only in the west (the Carpathians), and in the Crimean Peninsula in the extreme south
  • Main rivers: Dnepr, South Bug, Danube
  • Biggest water reservoirs: Kremenchuk, Kakhovka, Dneprodzerzhinsk, Kiev, Kanev water reservoirs
  • Mineral resources. Ukrainehas the largest manganese-ore fields and the second-largest mercury deposits in the world. It also has access to other abundant mineral resources, such as coal, iron, nickel, uranium.. The reserves of sulfur are the largest in the world, the reserves of mercury ore are the second largest. Also more than 5% of world reserves of iron ore are concentrated in Ukraine.
  • Ukraine is rich in building materials (granite, marble, labradorite, chalk, marl, sandstone).
  • Ukraine has 311 000 sq. km of arable land, the largest such area in Europe. Rich black soil (2/3 of land resources of Ukraine)
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ADMINISTRATIVE-TERRITORIAL DIVISION OF UKRAINE

  • Ukraine consists of :
  • 24 oblast
  • 2 cities of republican submission (Kiev & Sevastopol)
  • AutonomousRepublicofCrimea
  • 448 cities & towns
  • 897 urban villages
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Land area of Ukraine in 2011

Total land area of Ukraine is 603,7 ths sq. km

Source: State Statistics Service of Ukraine

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Ukrainian economy

and

industry

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Index of real GDP

(dynamics in constant prices 2007), %

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Ukrainian industry in general

  • Major industries: Coal, electric power, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, machinery and transport equipment, chemicals, agriculture, food-processing (especially sugar).
  • In the volume of Ukrainian industrial production mining industry accounts for 11,1%.
  • Ukrainian chemical industry produces large amounts of coke, mineral fertilizers, and sulfuric acid. Ukrainian food-processing industries yield granulated sugar and meat, fruit, and dairy products.
  • Light industry and consumer goods sectors of Ukraine are underdeveloped in comparison to its heavy industry and agriculture.
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Macroeconomic indices in 2007 – 2012

*Including implicit pension fund deficit in 2007-2009, and including Naftogaz and pension fund deficits since 2009 (not including bank recapitalization expenditures and VAT refund bonds)

Revised data for 2009-2010

Source: State Statistics Committee of Ukraine, NBU, Ministry of Finance of Ukraine, 2011 Budget Law, The Bleyzer Foundation

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Real sector performance of Ukraine, % yoy

Source: State Statistics Committee of Ukraine, The Bleyzer Foundation

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Indices of industrial production

(in % compared to the similar period previous year)

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Growth rates of agricultural sector in 1991-2012, %

Dynamics of agricultural sector in 2011-2012

(cumulative, compared to the similar period previous year), %

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Indices of volumes of completed construction works in 2011-2012(cumulative, compared to the similar period previous year), %

Volumes of completed construction works by types of activities, (mln UAH)

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Cargo turnover 2011- 2012

Dynamics of cargo turnover 2011- 2012

(cumulative, compared to the similar period previous year), %

Source: State Statistics Service of Ukraine

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Exports – Imports in 2012

  • In 2012, Ukrainian exports barely grew as foreign demand visibly cooled due to slowing global economic activity.
  • During the first ten months of 2012, exports inched up by 2.8% yoy as overseas shipments of nonferrous metals (23% of all exports) declined by nearly 15% yoy.
  • Imports are showing signs of weakness as well – in January - October, imports grew by 4.4% yoy; however, they still increased faster than exports. Thus, the trade in goods deficit continued to widen and stood at $12.8 billion at the end of October or up from $11.4 billion a year ago. As a result, the current account deficit has been expanding at a faster pace in 2012.
  • In 10 months 2012 exports from Belgium to Ukraine increased by 41,5%. Imports from Ukraine to Belgium decreased by 11,8%.
  • .

Source: State Statistics Service of Ukraine

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Il est conseillé aux entrepreneurs wallons ayant l’intention d’exporter vers l’Ukraine :

  • de rédiger en russe (ukrainien) les courriers destinés aux clients ukrainiens
  • d’effectuer les suivis d’usage
  • visites à des foires et à des salons sectoriels
  • il y a encore des empêchements aux investissements étrangers
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Contact information:

AWEX-Kiev

6a, Leontovicha street, Kiev 01030, Ukraine

Tel: +38 044 239 18 46

+38 044 239 18 47

+38 044 239 18 48

Tel/fax: +38 044 239 18 51

E-mail: awex@awex.kiev.ua

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Thank you

for your

attention