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US-based think tank CIPE launches podcast series on reconstruction of Ukraine

CIPE launches podcast series. (Image from CIPE website)

By Ukraine Rebuild News Staff

Sept 18, 2023

The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), a US-based think tank that focuses in part on the reconstruction of Ukraine, has launched a podcast series on the topic, with announced topics ranging from the role of small and medium businesses to opportunities in Ukrainian agriculture to the IMF’s role in the rebuild.

The series, called “MOVA: The Business Language for the New Ukraine,” consists of “candid conversations with top experts and local changemakers about the tremendous efforts underway to keep Ukraine open for business,” CIPE said in announcing the podcast.

The first two guests in the series of half-hour conversations hosted by CIPE Executive Director Andrew Wilson is Kateryna Glazkova, CEO of the Union of Ukrainian Entrepreneurs, and Dimitar Bogov, the lead economist for Eastern Europe and the Caucasus for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).

CIPE, which says its mission is to “support democracy and its institutions so the private sector can thrive” will release later this week podcasts with Ukraine Agrarian Council Chairman Andrii Dykun and Natan Epstein, deputy mission chief for Ukraine at the International Monetary Fund.

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