CSE and CIS
There is growing friction between the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Ukrainian government. The IMF wants the authorities to take meaningful steps to fight corruption in their ranks, and makes this a condition for further cooperation.
The report by the Centre for European Policy Analysis’ (CEPA) ‘The Black Sea Strategy Project’ analyses the Black Sea as a component of Russia’s military strategy in the context of Moscow’s revisionist geopolitical ambitions in Central and Southeast Europe.
"It will take no less than three to four years for us to be able to talk about attracting investors to PrivatBank," said Kateryna Rozhkova, the Ukrainian central bank's deputy governor in an exclusive interview for the CE Financial Observer.
Thousands of Ukrainians who have already come to Poland in search of work, and potentially several million people waiting in line, are not only cheap and unskilled workers. Educated and enterprising people are increasingly willing to emigrate as well.
‘Raiding’, i.e. grabbing property by means of a chain of formally legal actions, a phenomenon unknown in Europe with its stable legal framework, is experiencing a revival in Ukraine following several relatively peaceful years.