Business & Economy of Ukraine
View on a part of the harbor of Odessa; it is the largest Ukrainian seaport and one of the largest ports in the Black Sea.
Image: Boris Mavlyutov
Besides Russia, the Ukrainian Republic was the most important component of the economy of the former Soviet Union. Today, Ukraine's economy is based on a multi-sectoral industry, agriculture, and services. Ukraine has made significant progress on reforms designed to make the country prosperous, democratic, and transparent, including the creation of a national anti-corruption agency, and an overhaul of the banking sector.
National Bank of Ukraine
The central bank of Ukraine.
Ukrainian Stock Exchange
Ukrainian Stock Exchange Kiew.
Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce
The Ukrainian Chamber is also home to the Industry International Commercial Arbitration Court and the Maritime Arbitration Commission.
Kherson Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Kherson, a city in southern Ukraine
Ukrainian aircraft manufacturing and services company.
One of the energy companies owned by SCM Holdings
, a conglomerate of various companies from coal mining to power generation.
Iron ore raw materials and steel.
The national oil and gas company of Ukraine.
A leader in Ukraine’s oil industry.
Exporter of sunflower oil and a major supplier of agricultural products.
Ukraine's flag carrier and the largest airline operates direct flights to most major
cities in Europe.
Ukrainian charter airline.
DART Ukrainian Airlines
Ukrainian airline based in Kiev ceased operations in April 2018.
Ukraine's international airport in Kiev.
Odessa Sea Port Authority
One of the largest seaports at the Black Sea consists of several harbors, a passenger terminal, grain and oil terminals, and container loading quays.
National Space Agency of
Development of state policy concepts in the sphere of research and peaceful uses
of space, as well as in the interests of national security.