Progress through Reforms: How to attract Investments in Ukrainian Extractive Industries
DiXi Group experts presented a policy brief, which is outline why the present draft law ‘On Data Disclosure in Extractive Industries’ represents nothing less than both, an overriding and indispensable measurement in pushing forward the reform process in such a field of intervention.
Since the Ukraine–European Union Association Agreement (AA), albeit preliminary,came into effect in January 2016, now the Ukrainian government has to proof if it is capable to meet the expectations of its electorate. Undoubtedly, the transposition of several EU-directives into Ukrainian lawas part of the AA needs to be done advisedly and cannot be completed as fast as many wish. But there are definitely priority areas which have to be tackled not later than possible in order to let Ukraine benefit to its full extend from the great opportunity which opens up with the AA. One of such priority area are the extractiveindustries.
This report has been created under the Ukrainian Think Tank Development Initiative, implemented by the International Renaissance Foundation (IRF) in partnership with the Think Tank Fund (TTF) and funded by the Embassy of Sweden in Ukraine (SIDA).