$1,259 billion of the investments came to Ukraine during January-June 2018. $436 million dollars were received from the Russian investors and it makes 36,4% from the total volume as the State Statistics Service of Ukraine reported.
Cyprus is on the second place as it invested $219 million in Ukraine and the Netherlands is on the third place with the investments in the sum of $207,7 million.
The investments from Austria amounted to $58,7 million, Polish investments made $54,1 million, French investments made $46,9 million and the U.K. invested $43,4 million in Ukraine.
It is noted that 59,6% of the investments ($750 million) were sent to the financing and insurance; 9,6% - to the wholesale and retail trade; 8,2% - to the industry and 7,9% to the information and telecommunication.
Earlier it was reported that Sigma Bleyzer, a United States-based investment corporation prepared to invest some $100 million in the production of fossil fuel in Ukraine under product-sharing agreements (PSA).
Also, the President of Canada-Ukraine Chamber of Commerce Zenon Potichny reported that Canadian investment in Ukraine is growing. He added that a special event will be held to attract Canadian investors in Ukraine in the autumn.