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EBA Odesa Extended Coordination Council Meeting

03/ 12/ 2018
  Austria was one of the first countries which recognized Ukraine’s independence. Since then, our relations have been continuously evolving in different directions, in cultural, scientific and political spheres. Austria invested $1.3 billion in Ukrainian economy in 2017. The trade turnover between the two countries rose by 18.5% in 2017. Ukraine increased its exports to Austria by 48% year-over-year. On December 3, 2018, in the frames of the EBA Odesa Extended Coordination Council Meeting representatives of member companies were able to discuss possible prospects for cooperation with the Commercial Counsellor of the Austrian Embassy Ms Gabriele Haselsberger and her Assistant Ms Susanne Macht. “Ukraine is an attractive IT market, it is one of the world leaders in this sphere. This is an agro-industrial complex, one of the most powerful in Europe. These are interesting offers in the renewable energy sector. We have a chance to attract Austrian investments into Ukraine. But for this purpose, Ukraine have to be opened and ready for cooperation” - said Ms Haselsberger. In turn, the Manager of the EBA Southern Ukrainian Office Kateryna Morozova along with the  Coordination Council Members and  the Committees’ Chairmen, highlighted the situation  under the Martial Law, business climate in the region, lobbying initiatives and attractive spheres for the Austrian investor.

Austria was one of the first countries which recognized Ukraine’s independence. Since then, our relations have been continuously evolving in different directions, in cultural, scientific and political spheres. Austria invested $1.3 billion in Ukrainian economy in 2017. The trade turnover between the two countries rose by 18.5% in 2017. Ukraine increased its exports to Austria by 48% year-over-year.

On December 3, 2018, in the frames of the EBA Odesa Extended Coordination Council Meeting representatives of member companies were able to discuss possible prospects for cooperation with the Commercial Counsellor of the Austrian Embassy Ms Gabriele Haselsberger and her Assistant Ms Susanne Macht.

“Ukraine is an attractive IT market, it is one of the world leaders in this sphere. This is an agro-industrial complex, one of the most powerful in Europe. These are interesting offers in the renewable energy sector. We have a chance to attract Austrian investments into Ukraine. But for this purpose, Ukraine have to be opened and ready for cooperation” – said Ms Haselsberger.

In turn, the Manager of the EBA Southern Ukrainian Office Kateryna Morozova along with the  Coordination Council Members and  the Committees’ Chairmen, highlighted the situation  under the Martial Law, business climate in the region, lobbying initiatives and attractive spheres for the Austrian investor.

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