More in Russian


Place your advertisement here
Dear Sirs !

Thank you for your attention to the Business World Magazine (Ukraine)

Business World Magazine (Ukraine)

Business World Magazine (Ukraine)

Business World Magazine (Ukraine) is the informational portal.

BWM (Ukraine) informs on doing business in various countries, with special attention paid to Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Azerbaijan and other ex-USSR countries, their business relations, investments and innovations.

The magazine reaches financial, consulting, business development, marketing, executive, sales, public/investor relations, information center/library, competitive intelligence, research and development, information systems/it, strategic planning, technology/engineering, operations/facilities management, legal, manufacturing, human resources. Our information is also available at Dow Jones FactivaLexis-Nexis и EMIS

We don’t sell nor buy goods, we just provide information for those who do.
If you want to buy or sell any goods in Ukraine, Russia, CIS, place your offer here – It is FREE.

Or you can

Ukraine: construction output up in 2020

In 2020, Ukraine’s construction output grew by 4% YoY, according to the data provided by the State Statistics Service. In 2020, Ukraine’s total volume of construction products reached UAH 199 billion. Of this amount, new construction amounted to 36.1%, repairs (major and maintenance) totaled 36.9% and reconstruction and technical re-equipment – 27%. In particular, residential…


Uzbekistan: import of certain goods banned

Uzbekistan forbade importing certain goods to the country. The list includes 529 items of foreign goods and services, which are manufactured by two or more national producers. The move aims at supporting domestic producers and expanding their participation in the public procurement system. The list includes: – Food products – chocolate, waffles, cookies, sunflower oil,…


Latvia: GDP down in Q4 2020

Compared to Q4 2019, gross domestic product (GDP) decreased by 1.4%, according to seasonally and calendar non-adjusted data in Q4 2020. According to provisional estimations, the GDP was affected by output rise in producing sectors of 3.7%. In services sectors there was a drop of 3.2%, according to the flash estimate from the Central Statistical…