More than 21,000 Ukrainian enterprises operate in Poland

More than 21,000 Ukrainian enterprises operate in Poland. This was stated by Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Iryna Vereshchuk during a speech at an international conference in Lublin.

“I am sincerely surprised by the number of Ukrainian companies that partially or fully operate in Poland. This is more than 21,000 enterprises. For comparison, there are 93,000 companies with a share of foreign capital in Poland. That is, about 23% are enterprises with a share of Ukrainian capital. The volume of our investments in comparison with other countries is really impressive. The governments of both countries will find the tools that would allow to regulate conditions for doing Ukrainian business in Poland in the legislative field,” Iryna Vereshchuk emphasized.

In particular, the temporary trade liberalization regime with the European Union, which is valid until June 2023, has proven its effectiveness. The Deputy Prime Minister said that negotiations are currently underway to extend this preferential period.

“We very strongly hope that Poland, as always, will become our defender and will help to obtain much needed conditions for Ukrainian business in the EU,” Iryna Vereshchuk concluded.

Among the many world outstanding partners of Ukraine, Poland has done the most for our state. The analysis of export and import activity of the Dnipropetrovsk region with Poland also demonstrates a high level of partnership, because this state is one of the key trade and investment partners of the region. There are 26 Polish companies operating in the Dnipropetrovsk region, which have invested $3.3 million in the region’s economy. Poland ranks second among exporters from the region and 4th in imports of goods among the other countries of the world.

Among the promising areas for export to Poland are products of the mining and smelting complex, equipment for railway locomotives, organic products of the agro-industrial complex and light industry goods made from natural materials. More details about the cooperation between Dnipropetrovsk region and Poland at the link.