EBRD plans to invest about 1 billion euros in Ukraine in 2016
Earlier in 2015 Bank invested in Ukraine about 1 billion euros, and in 2014 - 1.2 billion euros.
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) plans to invest about 1 billion euros in Ukraine, - stated in an interview with "Voice of America" the Head of EBRD Suma Chakrabarti.
"Overall, we are planning this year to invest about a billion, although we have no clearly determined figures. But these investments will be made in the presence of reforms.", - he said.
At the same time Chakrabarti recalled that in 2015 the Bank invested in Ukraine about 1 billion euros, and in 2014 - 1.2 billion euros. In response to the question of journalists about whether the reduction in the level of investment in 2015 compared with 2014, is a sign of a slowdown of reforms in Ukraine, he said that in 2014, many companies were affected by the recession.
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