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Ukraine has been a project country since 1994, initially within the framework of the “German Advisory Group”. The country has a developed industrial sector. Since 2009, Ukraine has also been part of the EU’s Eastern Partnership (EaP) and has concluded a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) with the EU.

After economic instability and political turmoil following independence in the early 1990s, the country successfully implemented a series of far-reaching reforms, including a currency reform (1996) and the privatisation of industry and agriculture.

As the country moves closer to the European Single Market, new structural and economic policy issues arise, including industry, trade, law and regulation, private sector development as well as climate, energy and environment. The German Economic Team accompanies and advises the Ukrainian government on these challenges.


  • Foto: National Bureau of Statistic Moldova
    17. November 2022

    Moldovan National Bureau of Statistics presents first results of business tendency survey

    On November 8th, the National Bureau of Statistics presented the first results of a business climate survey. The survey was conducted in accordance with EU standards and accompanied by the German Economic Team.

  • 18. October 2022

    Workshop with NBU on central bank communication

    On 5 and 6 October 2022, the German Economic Team jointly conducted an online workshop on Central Bank communication with the National Bank of Ukraine and the Central Bank of Uzbekistan. The seminar was held by experts of the NBU’s Communications Department, Monetary Policy and Economic Analysis Department, and chaired by Deputy Governor Nikolaychuk.