One of the paradoxes of our age is that we are simultaneously living through a time of positive economic innovation and also a time of the painful erosion of the way of life of many middle-class families.
With Ukraine’s hopes for integration with the European Union going nowhere amid President Viktor Yanukovych’s authoritarian leanings, one event devoted to the cause keeps getting better. Viktor Pinchuk’s 9th Yalta European Strategy, which took place on Sept. 14-15 in Crimea, is truly becoming a plus for a nation still lacking in international identity, stature and respect. Billionaire Pinchuk has managed to turn this seaside gathering into something unique and beneficial.
Charles W. Eliot University Professor, Harvard University, 15th Yalta Annual Meeting, 2018
«I think the right area of investment focus and the problem the world ought to solve … in an era of unprecedented data and information technology is how to make sure that global corporations are taxed globally in some way and can’t be located nowhere and so not pay any taxes.»