Dutch bank names Ukraine as the most promising market

ABN AMRO bank considers Ukraine as the most promising among the emerging markets. The bank put Ukraine on the top of the list of the four perspective countries, including Vietnam, Mexico and Ghana.

“Yes, the country still has problems in its relations with Russia. However, the country’s foreign trade is increasingly oriented to the West. Above all Ukraine is attractive to Dutch agricultural business,” – said the statement on the bank’s website.

Bank professionals noted that the Netherlands can be a market for Ukrainian products, and Dutch entrepreneurs can find opportunities on the Ukrainian market instead of the Russian market lost due to the anti-Russia’s sanctions.

ABN Amro is the second largest bank in the Netherlands. In 2012 the bank took the 48th position in the list of the world’s largest banks.





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