After the verdict of the European Court of Human Rights in the case Zelenchuk and Tsytsyura v. Ukraine, the working group for land reform stepped up its game. The Agrarian Committee of the Verkhovna Rada began laying the groundwork for a free land market. The abolition of the moratorium is just a matter of time now.
There’s still the problem of unregulated land market, which makes it difficult to plan long-term investment projects and manage land shares (due to the lack of guarantees for stable prices of such shares, risk of dishonest competitors, or purchase of lease rights to hinder other users).
Ukraine’s legal market as a whole is rather latent, and Kharkiv is no exception. After all, on the surface, in the public plane, client can only see the top 50 law firms from the annual national rating of the same name.
Last year, in 2017, the Ukrainian Parliament passed a law that radically changed the principles of healthcare funding. These changes will affect every citizen and the entire medical market of Ukraine, which comprises over 20,000 medical institutions.
The web is surprisingly full of articles about employees quitting their jobs which are usually written by those employees themselves. For instance, according to a survey done by Rabota.ua in 2017, 60% of Ukrainians were quitting because of low wages, and 50 % - due to nonexistent career prospects.
Why should business care about people and society? Why is corporate social responsibility (CSR) an important part of business strategy in Europe and America, while we here see it as an annoyance when communities ask for money for new windows in a hospital or for sweets for a children's holiday?