Top 10 countries with the simplest jurisdictions for large businesses look like this:
A source: https://www.tmf-group.com/en/news-insights/publications/2018/the-compliance-complexity-index/
СТУДЕНТСЬКИЙ ПРОЕКТ В КНЕУ
Doing Business in Ukraine (Legal and Economic Aspects)
Студентами КНЕУ, група ЕМБ-502, в процесі вивчення дисципліни “Правове регулювання діяльності суб’єктів малого бізнесу” підготовлене практичне керівництво Doing Business in Ukraine (Legal and Economic Aspects).
Координатор проекту Чихірьов Володимир Леонідович (старший викладач кафедри правового регулювання економіки).
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“Think Small First”
Managing the transition towards a knowledge-based economy is the key challenge for the EU today. Success will ensure a competitive and dynamic economy with more and better jobs and a higher level of social cohesion.
Dynamic entrepreneurs are particularly well placed to reap opportunities from globalisation and from the acceleration of technological change. Our capacity to build on the growth and innovation potential of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will therefore be decisive for the future prosperity of the EU. In a globally changing landscape characterised by continuous structural changes and enhanced competitive pressures, the role of SMEs in our society has become even more important as providers of employment opportunities and key players for the wellbeing of local and regional communities. Vibrant SMEs will make Europe more robust to stand against the uncertainty thrown up in the globalised world of today. Continue reading A “Small Business Act” for Europe
There’s good news in Ukraine as a July 2017 report predicted 3% GDP growth in Ukraine for 2018. Reform is helping businesses to flourish and both consumers and business owners are engaging to help bring an upturn to the economy which last saw growth in 2012.
For business people, it’s long been shown by the big free market economies that interpersonal skills are king. To get sales and grow a business, it’s almost on par with exercising business due diligence. However, the political situation and world events have created tension is everyday life. How can you develop your skills and become a world-class communicator, to the benefit of your business? Continue reading Interpersonal Skills For Business in Ukraine
The right to carry out business activities is guaranteed by the Constitution of Ukraine (hereinafter the Constitution). So, Art. 42 of the Constitution states that everyone shall have the right to entrepreneurial activity that is not prohibited by law.
Considering the fact that constitutional rights are guaranteed and can not be canceled (Art. 22 of the Constitution), it seems possible to assert with a high degree of confidence about the impossibility of prohibition the constitutional right to business in any Ukrainian legal act because the constitutional norms in Ukraine have the highest legal force. Continue reading The right to entrepreneurial activity in Ukraine
The legal basis for liberalization of establishing a business in Ukraine due, in particular, two crucial factors:
- Principles of the internal policy of Ukraine;
2. The obligations of Ukrainian state in accordance with the Agreement on Association between Ukraine and the European Union.
According to Art. 7 of the Law of Ukraine “On the principles of the domestic and foreign policy” of 01.07.2010.  the creation of favorable conditions for businesses, simplifying business start-up and exit, reducing state intervention in economic activities of business entities, simplification of getting permits, reducing pressure on business by regulatory bodies is one of the basic principles of the domestic policy of Ukraine in the economic sphere.
Continue reading The Legal Aspects of Liberalization of Business Activity Establishing in Ukraine