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PwC has been operating in the Ukrainian market since 1993. The head office is based in Kyiv and three other offices are located in Donetsk, Lviv and Dnipropetrovsk. Our Ukrainian professionals together with the members of CEE Japanese Business Practice are committed to assisting Japanese companies in the achievement of their business objectives in Ukraine.
Ukraine’s proximity to both the European Union and Russia, the sheer quantity of its consumers and the physical size of the country make it an excellent location for businesses to expand both locally and regionally. The 2012 UEFA European Football Championship was a success, and investment for that event has significantly improved infrastructure.
For over 20 years PwC has been advising companies and individuals on how to do business in Ukraine. It is a challenging market, but it can be very rewarding. We draw on our significant experience in the local market, as well as the strength of our international network to help to build value, manage risks and improve the performance of your business in Ukraine.
The PwC Japan group supports clients across all aspects of doing business outside of Japan.
Asia Tax Rising - a 3D perspective: Disruption, Digitsation and Diversification
PwC’s 21st survey of almost 1,300 CEOs around the world is launched today at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos.
We will provide an update on the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project and discuss how the Multilateral Convention to Implement Tax Treaty Related Measures to Prevent BEPS (the Multilateral Instrument) will affect Japan’s tax treaties. OECDのBEPSプロジェクトと多国間協定に関する最新動向を解説致します。（英語のみ）