Kyiv: The Export-Import Bank of the United States of America, after a five-year hiatus, resumes its cooperation with Ukraine. This is stated in the press center of the Embassy of Ukraine in the EU.
“The United States has reviewed the risks of doing business in Ukraine, taking into account the provision of macroeconomic stability in our country. This allowed the US Eximbank to lift restrictions on conducting operations with the public and private sectors of Ukraine under export credit, loan guarantee and export insurance programs,” the statement reads.
It is known that this decision will allow increasing of the volumes of Ukrainian-American trade and is another signal to investors about the improvement of business conditions in Ukraine.
We recall that World Bank President Jim Yong Kim leaves his post on February 1.