Ukrainian farmer Andriy Soroka is investing to modernise his farm, building new premises and raising wages, thanks to a local currency loan from Kredobank, made available through the EU4Business SME Finance Facility, implemented by the German-Ukrainian Fund, with funding from the EU and Germany through the German Development Bank KfW.

What loans can Ukrainian businesses obtain to develop and enter international markets? Representatives of three Ukrainian banks – KredoBank, Ukrgasbank and ProCredit Bank – speak about local currency loans offered for small and medium-sized enterprises, provided by Ukrainian banks in partnership with European financial institutions – the EBRD, EIB and KfW.

A tutorial video produced by the EU4Business project ‘SME Development and DCFTA in Georgia’ for the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia explaining the procedures that Georgian businesses need to follow in order to export to EU markets under the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA) agreement between Georgia and the European Union.