Today, more than 800 companies have joined the special tax regime for the IT industry “Diya.City”, of which about 100 are defense-tech companies. Minister of Digital Transformation Mikhail Fedorov wrote about this in his telegram channel.
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In particular, the first one joined “Diya.City” The esports team is Monte, which won six tournaments in 2023 and became a sensation in global esports.
“A third company from the SoftServe group has also joined. This is one of the most powerful Ukrainian IT companies. Another notable player is the software developers Yalantis, also now in “Diya.City,” the official added.
According to him, an increasing number of global technology giants consider Ukraine as an attractive jurisdiction for conducting their business. In particular, the Japanese company Rakuten recently announced its intentions to join Diyu.City.
As of March 2023, there were 500 companies that were residents of Diyu.City. According to Fedorov, these were both technology giants and startups.
Because of the war, the Ministry of Digital Development simplified the residency criteria. In particular, residents of “Diya.City” do not need to submit a report on compliance and an independent audit report until January 1 of the year following the peace year.
During martial law, companies will not be deprived of their status as residents of “Diya.City” ”, even if they do not meet the criteria: number of employees, average salary, etc. This applies to both current residents and companies seeking to join the special regime. At the same time, the tax conditions of “Diya.City” remain unchanged.