Recovering regions of Ukraine on the priority areas of economic activity and ensuring social responsibility

Liudmyla Yosypivna Avedian


Abstract


It has been considered the questions of reforms in Ukraine as they are an integral part of modernization. We have also determined the areas of cooperation of the state and the regions in investment projects realisation. The ways of use of potential of public and private partnership for economic recovery of Ukraine concerning the main directions of economic activity are analysed.


Keywords


modernization; reforms; economic activity; industry; social responsibility; growth; investment; competitiveness of the economy

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