Ukraine's economy in near future will suffer a need of investments, First Deputy Economy Minister Anatoliy Maksiuta said, “Cabinet press office” reported.

According to him, economy rise is observed in Ukraine, presently, however, it's non-stable.

"We need to create a certain investment climate for attraction of foreign investments and combine efforts of a private sector and a state one. Reaching of macroeconomic stability through preservation of low speed of price rise serves as its element," Maskiuta said.

According to the State Committee of Statistics, direct investments in 2006 equaled to 3.072 bn. USD, which is 3,3 fold more versus in 2005.

In general direct investments as of October 1 reached 19,912 bn. USD. The main investors into the Ukrainian economy are France (676 M. USD), Cyprus (554.3 M. USD), the Netherlands (433.9 M. USD), the Great Britain (350.3 M. USD), Austria (221.4 M. USD), Germany (198.6 M. USD), Russia (120.5 M. USD) and Poland (105 M. USD).

The investments were mainly performed into the real estate and industrial sectors.

In 2006 Ukraine was made investments of 117 countries.


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