Small and medium-sized businesses account for 66% of Ukraine’s privatization process.

Two-thirds (66%) of the assets put up for privatization since the beginning of 2023 were bought by representatives of small and medium-sized businesses, reported State Property Fund. Real estate companies became the second largest group of investors, buying 12% of privatized assets. Another 7% belongs to companies from the field of retail and distribution. Industrial, agricultural, logistics, and restaurant businesses have also invested in state assets. In total, 50 objects have received new owners since the beginning of the year. These funds have already been allocated to the budget, and sales contracts have been signed.


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