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The invasion of the Ukraine by Russia is sending a ripple effect through out Eastern Europe. With the prospects now for possible cold war starting all over again investors brace for sanctions against Russia. And with the already falling economy of the Ukraine, investors and business are bailing out as fast as they can.

During the next few years, the  Ukraine economy will be pushed to its limits. Currently, the Ukraine desperately needs 30 billion in loans to survive, and with ousted former president Viktor Yanukovich having already pulled the country out from the European Union, and the new government wanting nothing to do with Russia, the government will be in dire straits.

The US State department has issued a travel warning urging Americans not to travel to the Ukraine. Tourism is a huge part of Ukraine economy. with hotels, airlines and restaurants depending on tourism. As these businesses cut back, the ripple effect in cities like Kiev, Odessa and Yalta will have devastating consequences on the economy. Just as when the housing market died in the US, the effects were felt world wide. Not only will Ukraine’s economy continue to decline, but most of Western Europe’s fragile economy will also feel the effects.

One industry that seems to thrive on the situation is the foreign bride market, A Foreign Affair operates four office in the Ukraine. Kenneth Agee the marketing director says, “In the last few weeks we have seen the biggest surge ever on women signing up. Not only have we seen the biggest surge, but we have seen the highest quality of women signing up; doctors, engineers, even some of Ukraine’s most beautiful models, With the possibility of war looming over the horizon, American men are looking very desirable.” A Foreign Affair ‘s new member Irina of Kiev says, “America is stable, American men have very good family values. These are important to Ukraine women; we want a good environment to raise our families. With Russian tanks rolling down our streets, I do not see a bright future here for starting a family.

The future does not look good for the Ukraine. Russia has no intention of letting Ukraine have complete independence. Most western Ukrainians have had a strong dislike for Russia for many generations, and will do what ever it takes to resist Russian influence or occupation. This being said, the country will have a long battle and many lines drawn in the sand, from serious economic sanctions to full out war. At this time, it looks like this struggle could go on for a decade or more.

Ukraine troubles is boom for one company

 

The invasion of the Ukraine by the Russia is sending a ripple effect

thought out Eastern Europe. With the prospects now for possible

cold war starting all over again investors brace for sanctions

against Russia. And the already falling economy of the Ukraine,

investors and business are bailing out as fast as they can. The next

few years Ukraine economy will be pushed to it limits. Ukraine

desperately needs 30 billion in loans to survive, with former

president pulling out form the EU and the new Ukrainian government

wanting nothing to do with Russia the Ukraine is government will be

in dire straits.

 

The US State department has issued a travel warning urging Americans

not to travel to the Ukraine. Tourism is a huge part of Ukraine

economy. Hotels, airlines and restaurant that depend on tourism. As

these business cut back the ripple effect in cities like Kiev, Odessa

and Yalta will have a devastating consequences on the economy. Just

like when the housing market died in the US, the effect were felt world wide.

Not only will Ukraine economy continue to decline but most of

Western Europe fragile economy will also feel the effects.

 

One industry that seems to thrive on the situation is the foreign

bride market, A Foreign Affair operates four office in the

Ukraine. Kenneth Agee the marketing director says, “In the last few

weeks we have seen the biggest surge ever on women signing up. Not

only have we seen the biggest surge, but we have seen the highest

quality of women signing up; doctors, engineers, even some of the

Ukraine most beautiful models, With the possibility of war looming

over the horizon American men are looking very desirable.” A

Foreign Affair new member Irina of Kiev says , “America is

stable, American men have very good family values. These are

important to Ukraine women, we want a good environment to raise our

families. With Russian tanks rolling down our streets, I do not

see a bright future here for starting a family.

 

The future does not look good for the Ukraine. Russia has no

intention of letting Ukraine have complete independence. Most of

western Ukraine has a strong dislike of Russia for many generations,

and will do what ever it takes to resist Russian influence and/or

occupation. This being said the country will have a long battle and

many lines will be drawn in the sand. Form serious economic sanction

from the West on Russia to full out war in the Ukraine.. At this

time it looks like this could go on for a decade or more.

 

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Kenneth Agee

Marketing Director

(602) 553-8178 ext 212

A Foreign Affair

 

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Ukraine troubles is boom for one company

 

The invasion of the Ukraine by the Russia is sending a ripple effect

thought out Eastern Europe. With the prospects now for possible

cold war starting all over again investors brace for sanctions

against Russia. And the already falling economy of the Ukraine,

investors and business are bailing out as fast as they can. The next

few years Ukraine economy will be pushed to it limits. Ukraine

desperately needs 30 billion in loans to survive, with former

president pulling out form the EU and the new Ukrainian government

wanting nothing to do with Russia the Ukraine is government will be

in dire straits.

 

The US State department has issued a travel warning urging Americans

not to travel to the Ukraine. Tourism is a huge part of Ukraine

economy. Hotels, airlines and restaurant that depend on tourism. As

these business cut back the ripple effect in cities like Kiev, Odessa

and Yalta will have a devastating consequences on the economy. Just

like when the housing market died in the US, the effect were felt world wide.

Not only will Ukraine economy continue to decline but most of

Western Europe fragile economy will also feel the effects.

 

One industry that seems to thrive on the situation is the foreign

bride market, A Foreign Affair operates four office in the

Ukraine. Kenneth Agee the marketing director says, “In the last few

weeks we have seen the biggest surge ever on women signing up. Not

only have we seen the biggest surge, but we have seen the highest

quality of women signing up; doctors, engineers, even some of the

Ukraine most beautiful models, With the possibility of war looming

over the horizon American men are looking very desirable.” A

Foreign Affair new member Irina of Kiev says , “America is

stable, American men have very good family values. These are

important to Ukraine women, we want a good environment to raise our

families. With Russian tanks rolling down our streets, I do not

see a bright future here for starting a family.

 

The future does not look good for the Ukraine. Russia has no

intention of letting Ukraine have complete independence. Most of

western Ukraine has a strong dislike of Russia for many generations,

and will do what ever it takes to resist Russian influence and/or

occupation. This being said the country will have a long battle and

many lines will be drawn in the sand. Form serious economic sanction

from the West on Russia to full out war in the Ukraine.. At this

time it looks like this could go on for a decade or more.

 

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