Ukraine: agro-industrial complex keeps the positive trend of development – L.Kozachenko
The agricultural industry is the only sector of the economy of Ukraine which retains the positive trend of development, declared Leonid Kozachenko, President of Ukrainian Agrarian Confederation, on June 24.
According to him, the current political and economic situation in Ukraine is quite complex, and it is almost impossible to talk about any economic growth.
At the same time, the Crimea, Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts generate nearly 12-13% of the general production of the agro-industiral complex, which can make some impact on the further development of the industry, said the expert.
L.Kozachenko noted that despite all difficulties, the Ukrainian economy has prospects whether not to provide growth, but at least to stop the current decline. According to the expert, to date the Government needs to focus on the issues of fiscal, monetary policy, devolution of power to the regions, structural changes in governmental bodies and fighting corruption.
However, L.Kozachenko believed that the business should not ignore the offers that come from outside. In particular, it is about foundation of the institutions, which will affect the business environment - so-called business-ombudsman.
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