Ukrainians do well in Poland as Poles in Ukraine complain about corruption

Yaroslav Romanchuk, the president of Ukrainian Business Association in Poland, told the Kyiv Post on April 25 that since the 1990s, Polish businesspeople have invested 800 million euros in Ukraine’s economy, while Ukrainian investors, according to the official statistics, have pumped 56 million euros into Poland over the same period.

However, Romanchuk said that while the Polish government does everything it can to attract business — offering benefits, transparent procedures and even a simplified procedure to get a residence permit — the Ukrainian authorities still see business as a way to milk extra cash for themselves, not for the country.

Source: KyivPost