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Procurement opportunities in EBRD projects and EBRD current approach to procurement in Ukraine

The document outlines the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)'s procurement policies, approaches, and opportunities in Ukraine, emphasizing the participation of companies in EBRD-funded projects. It provides detailed guidance on procurement procedures, eligibility, tender and contract conditions, and the use of the EBRD Client e-Procurement Portal (ECEPP), highlighting EBRD's support for enhancing procurement processes in Ukraine amidst increased risks and disruptions.

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EBRD's Support to Ukraine

The document presents an overview of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development's (EBRD) strategic initiatives and support mechanisms for Ukraine, focusing on financial investments and development projects. It emphasizes EBRD's commitment to fostering economic growth and stability in Ukraine through various forms of assistance.

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The economic situation in Ukraine: challenges and outlook

The document is a comprehensive analysis of Ukraine's economic situation, focusing on challenges and outlooks, covering aspects such as GDP trends, external trade, monetary policy, inflation, fiscal revenues and expenditures, and the impact of war damages. It includes detailed graphs and data, reflecting the economic trends and policy responses in Ukraine as of August 2023.

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World Bank Emergency Support in Ukraine: Procurement Opportunities

The document provides an overview of the World Bank's emergency support and project opportunities in Ukraine, detailing the critical areas of reconstruction and recovery efforts. It outlines the estimated costs, specific sectors targeted for assistance, and the scope of emergency projects aimed at restoring infrastructure, public services, and sustaining economic activities.

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Supporting and de-risking Investments into Ukraine

The document outlines the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA)'s efforts to support and de-risk investments in Ukraine, detailing their activities, portfolio overview, key parameters of MIGA cover, and specific project examples. It highlights MIGA's commitment to facilitating investments through political risk insurance, capital optimization for SMEs during conflict, and support for critical industries, aiming to maintain economic activity and competitiveness in Ukraine amidst challenges.

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EU Green Deal. Circular Economy.

Watch a video about European Union Green Deal and Circular Economy. In this video is covered topics as Solutions for Transition to a Circular Economy, examples from the LIFE Waste to Resources IP, Waste to Value – Giving a new life to Construction materials, and examples of companies Lindstrom Latvia and Orkla Latvia.

Opportunities for Latvian Businesses in the Reconstruction of the Ukrainian Economy

Discover the prospects available for Latvian businesses to contribute to the reconstruction efforts of the Ukrainian economy. This guide highlights potential avenues for collaboration, investment, and active involvement in the reconstruction process. Explore how Latvian companies can play a vital role in supporting Ukraine's economic recovery and find opportunities for mutual growth and success in this crucial phase of development.

Opportunities for Latvian entrepreneurs in promoting the Ukrainian economy: Support programs and procurements

Delve into the opportunities available for Latvian entrepreneurs to contribute to the growth of the Ukrainian economy, with a specific focus on support programs and procurement initiatives. This guide outlines potential avenues for collaboration, investment, and participation in programs that aim to strengthen economic ties between Latvia and Ukraine.

Webinar: Digital tools in export marketing and export development

Watch a video about digital tools in export marketing and export development. Is this video is covered topics as digital marketing strategy, unlocking global opportunities through effective websites, SEO role and experience story of Digital marketing by company FELICI LLC.

Webinar: Export standards in the EU food, textile and furniture manufacturing sectors

Watch a video about export standarts in the EU food, textile and furniture manufacturing sectors. In this is included topics as requirements and procedures for importing products of animal origin and feed of plant origin into the EU, requirements and procedures for importing of non-animal origin into the EU, import formalities in the EU, sustainable packaging in EU and Latvia, access to export markets, furniture sector, and certifications.

Webinar: Women in entrepreneurship

Watch a webinar about women in entrepreneurship. In this webinar topics as female in managament position in the NGO sector, women-power in business, brave women of Ukraine: where to find strength to live managementreate and expierence story about way to international business.


Project LATUA was implemented in 2021 – 2022. The project objective was to increase capacity and practical knowledge of Ukrainian NGOs and SMEs about the market of Latvia by organizing practical online workshop sessions and facilitating business relationships between Ukrainian and Baltic States NGOs and SMEs by organizing two study tours/roadshows to Latvia.

Project partners:
Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Ukraine)

Project LATUA is financed by Ministry of Foreign Affairs Republic of Latvia, United States Department of State


Project LATUA-2 is implemented 2023 – 2024. The project aims to provide support to Ukrainian SMEs, NGOs, and public organizations in 18 months to increase their knowledge capacity and contacts, which would facilitate integration into the European Union.

Project partners:
Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Ukraine)

Project LATUA-2 is financed by Ministry of Foreign Affairs Republic of Latvia

Latvian company MAXIMA cooperates with Ukrainian company ALC Zaporizhzya Bakery 1

Prominent Latvian retailer MAXIMA established a connection with Ukrainian company ALC Zaporizhzya Bakery 1 through the LATUA-2 project. As a result, Ukrainian bakery products are now accessible in MAXIMA stores under a private label arrangement. Additionally, ALC Zaporizhzya Bakery 1 has expanded its market presence through collaborations with the store network "AIBE", further diversifying product offerings and promoting international trade relations.

Latvian company Latvijas Finieris cooperates with Lithuanian company and donates wood materials to Ukraine

A leading Latvian plywood manufacturer Latvijas Finieris participated in meetings with the Ukrainian delegation visit in a framework in LATUA-1 project. This visit also included participation from the Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry representative in Ukraine. Thanks to this meeting, the LTRK representative developed a charitable project in collaboration with Latvian Plywood and a Lithuanian woodworking company, which designed a wooden bed project. To realize this initiative and donate transformable wooden beds to Ukraine, Latvijas Finieris donated wooden materials.

Latvian company Eco Baltia cooperates with Ukrainian company ECO TECHNOLOGY

Within the framework of the LATUA-1 project, Ukrainian delegation visited the companies of the Eco Baltia group. Following the exchange of contacts, the Ukrainian company ECO TECHNOLOGY has collaborated with Eco Baltia. They are purchasing sorted waste materials (secondary film and other types of polymer waste, such as detergent bottles, cosmetics, boxes, plastic pipes, and big bags), intending to recycle them. This partnership is a significant step towards enhancing environmental sustainability and waste management efficiency. It not only fosters international business cooperation but also contributes to the larger goal of reducing environmental impact through effective recycling processes.

Latvian company Nexmed cooperates with Ukrainian company Tikpack

Latvian company Nexmed actively engaged in B2B meetings in the framework LATUA-2 project, resulting in a significant collaboration with Ukrainian company Tikpack. This partnership has led to the prominent placement of Tikpack's health-conscious products, such as buckwheat and oat flakes, in Latvian retail outlets, including the popular Latvian store "TOP", enriching the selection available to consumers and promoting cross-border trade.

Latvian company DEPO cooperates with Ukrainian company TK-Domashniy Tekstyl

Latvian company DEPO met with the Ukrainian textile company TK-Domashniy Tekstyl in the framework of the LATUA-2 project. After successful meetings contract for cooperation is expected to be signed in the coming days. It is planned that the company's products will be distributed not only in Latvian stores but also in Lithuania and Estonia. There has already been a first order received for bed linen, and samples have been developed for pillows, blankets, and throws. This anticipated partnership represents a significant expansion for TK-Domashniy Tekstyl, offering an opportunity to broaden its market presence in the Baltic region through DEPO's extensive retail network.