Kubiv: Ukraine is manufacture center for Canadian companies
Ukraine has enormous agricultural potential and infrastructure, which can serve as basis for establishing economic ties with Canada, minister says
According to UNIAN, the Ukraine’s Minister of Economic Development and Trade Stepan Kubiv wrote this in the column for the Canadian edition of The Globe and Mail.
"What can Ukraine has offer Canada? In a world of global production chains, where production tends to efficiency, Ukraine can be a highly skilled manufacturing center with the cheap materials for Canadian companies. In addition, the Ukrainian IT-services greatly increased, and our companies have the capacity to meet the needs of the most prominent global brands", the Minister said.
Stepan Kubiv also stressed that Ukraine has enormous agricultural potential and infrastructure, which can serve as a basis for establishing economic ties with Canada.
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