American Chamber of Commerce: new Ukrainian government should continue reforms
The agency released respective statement on April 14
The American Chamber of Commerce (ACC) in Ukraine urged the newly elected Ukrainian Government to keep on with reforms started by the previous Cabinet. The Chamber’s press service reported that on Thursday.
“The ACC in Ukraine treats appointment of the Prime Minister and the Cabinet as both challenge and opportunity to reboot the process of reforms in Ukraine, a chance to reach the new level of transformations. Ukraine is now going through tough times, so it’s extremely important to continue with complex reforms, started by the previous government”, reads the message.
In particular, the ACC calls on the government to carry on with the cooperation with the IMF, implement the reform in the judiciary, privatize state-run companies and eliminate excessive bureaucracy.
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