Top 12 recent investments in Ukraine, according to a Kyiv Post survey of business and government leaders in nation
- Allseeds Group (agricultural corporation), new plant construction in Odesa Oblast, $200 million (2014-2016)
- U.S agricultural company Bunge, grain terminal, Mykolaiv, $180 million.
- ArcelorMittal plans to invest $1.2 billion in the metallurgy industry by 2021, $150 million of which has already been invested as of May 2016.
- U.S agricultural holding Cargill, grain terminal in Pivdenny Port, Odesa Oblast, $100 million
- Procter & Gamble corporation, upgrading its own plant in the Kyiv Oblast oblast city of Boryspil, $100 million
- Chinese COFCO Corporation, grain and oil terminal in Mykolaiv, $75 million (2014-2016)
- Risoil S.A Chornomorsk Port, Odesa Oblast, grain terminal, $70 million
- Horizon Capital and the Dutch Development Bank FMO (Netherlands), Ukrainian shareholders, Biofarma pharmaceutical complex in Bila Tservka, $40 million; another $30-35 million is being invested over the next 12 months to expand production and build a second plant.
- Japanese Government, Trypilska CHP station, Ukrainka in Kyiv Oblast, $40 million
- Ukrainian Sawmills plans to open a new factory in 2017 worth $25 million in the Rivne Oblast city of Kostopil
- Unilever tea factory in Hostomel, Kyiv Oblast, $9.3 million.
- Fujikura, Yaroslav district of Lviv Oblast automotive parts factory, $6.7 million.
Although in need of more foreign direct investment, many companies have decided that Ukraine is a good place to do business. While agricultural dominates the leaders, sizeable investments are coming in consumer goods, steel, automotive parts, lumber processing, pharmaceuticals and energy.