State Statistics Service named top 10 countries and offshores investing into Ukraine

Volume of foreign investment in Ukraine in the first half of 2015 amounts to $1.78 billion.

This is reported by Censor.NET citing the State Statistics Service website. In general, the amount of investment attracted to the economy of Ukraine as of July 1 makes $42.8 billion. Ukraine has received investments from 133 countries in the world.

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10 major investing countries accounting for over 83% of the total direct investment are: Cyprus - $12.27 billion, Germany - $5.4 billion, the Netherlands - $5.1 billion, Russia - $2.68 billion, Austria - $2.35 billion, United Kingdom - $1.95 billion, Virgin Islands (British) - $1.87 billion, France - $1.53 billion, Switzerland - $1.37 billion and Italy - $966.6 million.

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In Ukraine, investments were allocated as follows: Kyiv concentrated more than 50% of investments or $21.56 billion and the Dnipropetrovsk region - 16.9% ($7.25 billion). The other areas received significantly smaller amounts, the Kyrovohrad, Ternopil, Chernihiv and Chernivtsi regions hitting the bottom of the list.Источник: https://en.censor.net.ua/n347822