EBA: Ukraine investment attractiveness declines to crisis levels in Q4.

By bne IntelliNews December 21, 2011
In Q4, the investment attractiveness index of Ukraine declined to the level of 2.19, which is equal with the 2009 crisis period level, EBA Chief Executive Hanna Derevianko said. According to her, investors' negative attitude to Ukraine's economic and investment fields was created by instability of foreign policy, unfavorable economic development forecast for 2012 and increasing pressure on businesses. In November, the consumer confidence index (CCI) declined by 4.3points to 74.3. The drop of consumer confidence was primarily caused by worsening of index of the current situation along with index of expected economic conditions in the country over the next five years.
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