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29% of AmCham Ukraine members have had employees killed in 2 years of war with Russia, survey shows

Ukraine Present Volodymyr Zelensky and visiting Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen remember fallen soldiers two years after the full-scale Russian invasion.

Some 29% of member companies of the American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine have had employees killed in the war with Russia and 31% have had employees injured, according to a survey.

The chamber also said only 54% of their members said all of their employees are safe, and 30% suffered damage to warehouses, factories, offices or other physical assets, and 7% have assets currently occupied by Russian forces.

The chamber, which conducted the survey to mark the second-year anniversary of the full-scale Feb 24, 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, counts more than 600 members in Ukraine, including companies such as Aecom, 3M, Westinghouse, Visa and others.

The survey also showed that 85% of its members say the biggest challenges facing them over the next six months include the safety and security of staff, while 70% cited staff's mental health and wellbeing and 61% cited Russia's missile attacks on vital infrastructure and business assets.

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