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    • ESTATE REGISTER: ONE FOR ALL!
      On October 19, 2011, the USAID Local Investment and National Competitiveness project (USAID LINC) and the State Registration Service of Ukraine signed a Protocol of Cooperation, "willing to combine their efforts to form a unified state registration system for estate in Ukraine and create a State Register of Immovable Property Rights"
    • PROMOTING CRIMEAN HANDICRAFTS
      USAID LINC takes various efforts to preserve Crimean traditional handicrafts, a part of the local culture. By joining forces with the Chamber of Crafts of Crimea in handicrafts promotion, the Project eventually supports development of the entire tourism sector on the peninsula.
    • A WELL-PLANNED IMPROMPTU
      For about a decade and a half, the huge, over 170-hectare, site of the former nuke plant project in Teplodar, Odesa Oblast, was dormant, abandoned by the original project and almost undisturbed by new ones. Though the local government did their best to change the situation, it was only after the USAID Local Investment and National Competitiveness Project (USAID LINC) had helped the city write an economic development strategy and created a conceptual design of the site that serious investors discovered Teplodar and its investment opportunities.
    • BAKHCHYSARAY TIC: REVIVING THE GLORY
      On June 10, 2011, a Tourist Information Center (TIC), established with assistance from USAID LINC and the Czech Republic, was inaugurated in Bakhchysaray, Crimea, giving rise to hopes of having more guests and more jobs.
    • NEW OPPORTUNITIES ON OLD LAND
      Professional USAID LINC counseling help Crimean farmer to diversify crops and create better conditions for business expansion.
    • COMMERCIALIZATION OF SCIENCE NETWORKING AND INNOVATION VOUCHER PROGRAM LAUNCHED FOR UKRAINE
      Kyiv, May 25, 2011 ― The USAID Local Investment and National Competitiveness Project (USAID LINC) is pleased to announce the launch of its nationwide initiative to promote the commercialization of science through an intensive, focused program of awareness raising, match-making and funding of new partnerships between Ukraine’s vast research and small to medium enterprise (SME) sectors.
    • SUCCESSFUL FESTIVAL PROMOTION BRINGS SELF-FULFILLMENT
      USAID LINC boosts event tourism development in Crimea through enhancing individual entrepreneurial success.
    • MAKING A LIVING MAKING PURSES
      The various efforts of USAID LINC aimed at developing local handicrafts and souvenir production in Crimea gradually lead, among other effects, to a change in attitude of artisans toward what they do and how they sell. A result is that the craft, while remaining an art, becomes a profitable business rather than a hobby
    • INVESTMENT SEARCH: MISSION POSSIBLE
      On Jan. 14, 2011, a group of Ukrainian managers trained by USAID LINC met with a group of investors in Kyiv's President Hotel, using their newly acquired skills to try to secure funding for their investment projects.
    • A LOCAL INVESTMENT AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL
      During his visits in China in September 2010, President Yanukovich signed a number of documents on Ukrainian-Chinese cooperation, including an agreement on construction of a combined cycle power plant (CCPP) in Scholkine, Crimea. The plant is expected to facilitate not only further development of the Scholkine Industrial Park but also industrial development of entire Eastern Crimea.
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