Presentation on theme: "InvestInLviv.com: Ryasne Industrial Park. Why Lviv? Study by FDi Intelligence, member of Financial Times: European Cities & Regions of the Future 2010/11."— Presentation transcript:
25 hectares in industrial zone, expansion possible
LVIV GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION Between West and East (60 km to border with Poland) PETC III: Germany-Poland-Ukraine (LVIV)- Russia PETC V: Italy-Austria-Hungary-Ukraine (LVIV)-Russia Well connected by road, air and rail New airport to Euro-2012 (1 mln pax pa) Direct flights to VIE, WAW, MUN, IST etc Major rail cargo hub and terminals Major roads rehabilitated to Euro-2012
Proposed Development Development of an area of 25 ha with full infrastructure and tailor-made warehouse buildings for each tenant. Development is to be constructed by Phase- by-phase plan
38 universities, institutes and academia Over 120 000 students 28 000 highly educated graduates every year Most students speak foreign languages (mainly English) Human Resources 12% unemployment rate 240 euro average monthly wage
Lviv city Council Office of Foreign Economic Relations and Investment Serhiy Kiral, Director +380 32 254 6006 www.investinlviv.com TPF Ukraine 20 Rynok Square Lviv, 79008 Ukraine Philippe Nyssen, Managing Partner Mob.: +38 050 731 99 22 www.tpf.euContactsContacts
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