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All the materials marked with tag: economic growth
5 February, 2016Economics
Ukraine’s economy will start moving upwards and gain momentum gradually
2 January, 2016Economics
2016 should be the year Ukraine’s economic collapse ends, but real incomes and the sectors that work predominantly on the domestic market could continue contracting
26 December, 2014Politics
External factors are pushing Ukrainian economy to overcome its extreme dependence on specific export goods and unreliable export markets
20 May, 2014Economics
Ukraine is currently the bottom of an economic cycle, but some indicators suggest the first signs of growth. The government’s ambitious reform plan gives hope that the country will bounce back
4 November, 2013Economics
Having survived a harsh liquidity crunch last year, the Ukrainian banking system now seems fairly stable. This impression is misleading
21 October, 2013Economics
Governments are putting up impediments to globalisation. It is time for a fresh wave of liberalisation
21 October, 2013Economics
While tycoons pay most of their taxes offshore, the budget crisis is escalating along with increasing tax pressure on non-oligarch businesses
8 October, 2013News
A weak global environment and delays in domestic policy adjustments have led to widening and unsustainable macroeconomic imbalances in 2013, a new World Bank Economic Update for Ukraine says.
7 October, 2013Economics
Ukrainian entrepreneurs take a break from business
4 October, 2013Economics
Emerging economies have enjoyed a steady inflow of capital in recent years. It boosted their development and stock markets. This flow is now reversing, hitting many of them hard. Ukraine is one of the first to suffer
2 October, 2013News
The American Chamber of Commerce (ACC) has sent an appeal to the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, calling on the government to stop discrimination of business in the country
30 September, 2013News
Since mid-2011, Ukraine has spent USD 16bn of its international reserves to keep hryvnia exchange rate unchanged. Ex-Finance Minister and current MP Viktor Pynzenyk said this in his interview for Inter TV channel, Ukrayinska Pravda, an online publication, reports
20 September, 2013Economics
While tycoons pay most of their taxes offshore, the budget crisis is escalating along with increasing tax pressure on non-oligarch businesses
9 September, 2013News
The risk of an abrupt end to capital inflows is now a worry for much of the emerging world, The Economist suggests. Turkey tops the list. Ukraine comes sixth
9 September, 2013Economics
Accelerating grain production in Ukraine may feed politicians and oligarchs, but not the country’s jobless rural population or backward economy
21 August, 2013Economics
A profound reboot of Ukraine’s socio-economic system is the only way to transform it from an uncompetitive Soviet fragment to a modern dynamic economy
16 August, 2013News
In spite of the everlasting pro-Russian lobby in Ukraine, constant economic pressure and various trade barriers weaken influence of such a lobby on Ukraine’s economic policy and future perspectives, writes Maksym Bugriy for The Jamestown Foundation
5 August, 2013Economics
Ukraine’s seemingly falling foreign trade deficit hides growing negative trends in the economy
23 July, 2013Economics
Polish reformer Leszek Balcerowicz on how Ukraine can embark on market reforms
10 July, 2013News
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the largest financial investor in Ukraine, plans to start borrowing in hryvnias on the local market to fund further hryvnia lending, Reuters reports
6 July, 2013History
By mastering new ways of procuring food, ancient people were freed from the dependence on natural factors, causing their numbers to grow exponentially
5 July, 2013News
Ukraine and Turkey are among the most vulnerable to an external funding shortfall in emerging markets as investors cut their holdings off the region’s bonds, according to Standard & Poor’s. Reports Bloomberg
5 July, 2013Economics
Why Ukraine’s economy and public finance are in a much worse state today compared to 2012
2 July, 2013Economics
High deposit rates with zero inflation, expensive loans and a production sector underfinanced by banks whose funds are channelled to support the cash-starved budget are all results of the government’s detrimental economic policies
1 July, 2013News
Fitch Ratings lowered its rating outlook on Ukraine to negative from stable, citing the country's increasingly fragile external financing position and the likelihood that international reserves will decline further, The Wall Street Journal reports
20 May, 2013
Interviewed by Lyubomyr Shavalyuk
30 April, 2013Politics
Despite the lack of support from most Ukrainians, the Yanukovych regime has no intention of giving up power in the 2015 presidential election and is preparing to extend its rule by artificial means
30 April, 2013Economics
Ukraine’s oligarch-controlled economy has no room for competition. As a result, a handful of oligarchs have monopolized the biggest markets, while a lack of investment leaves the country lagging behind
30 April, 2013Economics
Improvement of the investment climate is of the utmost importance both for Ukraine and for all the companies which have chosen this country as one of their investment destinations.
2 November, 2012Economics
While the Party of Regions has been campaigning, claiming stability as one of its achievements, an increasing number of independent analysts look at ongoing economic processes and warn that Ukraine's economy may sink into recession by the end of 2012
29 October, 2012Economics
The persistence of old enterprises and technology leave Ukraine’s economy archaic and uncompetitive
21 June, 2012Economics
Growth is a flawed concept. It is measured in terms of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which dissolves under scrutiny into concepts that are inaccurate measures of economic or social well being.
21 May, 2012Security
Ukrainians are the most frequent victims of assaults by sea pirates, being second only to the Filipinos. Every fifth crew member kidnapped by sea terrorists is Ukrainian
3 May, 2012Economics
To understand how the eurozone crisis may develop – and how it may affect Ukraine – we first need to understand how the euro got into such a mess in the first place.
27 April, 2012Economics
The Ukrainian Investment Summit in London has once again proved that the Ukrainian government does not take attracting foreign investments very seriously
24 February, 2012Economics
Despite the global crisis, Ukraine is increasing its foreign debt while producing and selling less and buying more
23 February, 2012Economics
Michael Spence, recipient of the 2001 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, explains why Ukraine, unlike Brazil or South Korea, has failed to make an economic breakthrough
6 February, 2012
6 February, 2012Politics
Attendees at the 2012 World Economic Forum in Davos primarily discussed the future of capitalism and a coming “great transformation.” Guests at Viktor Pinchuk’s “Ukrainian dinner” were told, unconvincingly, that Kyiv is on the right track.
28 December, 2011Economics
Switching to rubles in gas payments may undermine favorable trade agreements and pose currency risks
23 December, 2011Economics
The government should have embarked on modernizing the Ukrainian economy yesterday. Today, 46 million people are far too many for it. Tomorrow could be even worse
2 November, 2011Economics
The Ukrainian government commands no admiration in the EBRD
31 May, 2011Economics
The French journalist Camille Magnard speaks about why the ex-CEO of Kryvorizhstal failed to stand the test of Ukrainian reality Camille Magnard’s report about Kryvorizhstal entitled “Arcelor Mittal tested by Ukrainian steel” and broadcast by Radio France Internationale on 2 March 2010, won the Louise Weiss Prize, an annual award from the Francophone section of the Association of European Journalists
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Mostly discussed for its regulation of the language of instruction in schools, the new law offers more overlooked important innovations intended to change the quality and the content of education in Ukraine
7 November, Hanna Trehub,
The new law on the reintegration of the occupied parts of the Donbas qualifies them as such and names Russia as the occupier. Yet, it does not launch the process of deoccupation or change the mechanism envisaged in the Minsk Agreement
20 October, Maksym Vikhrov,
This week started off with a bang in Kyiv...and it had nothing to do with working on healthcare reform, which the Verkhovna Rada eventually passed on October 19. The #1 topic became a protest action to push political reforms forward that was called by anti-corruption politicians and former Odesa Governor Mikhail Saakashvili
19 October, Stanislav Kozliuk,
Founded this fall, Donetsk oligarch Serhiy Taruta’s Osnova or Foundation party has already started campaigning although the next Verkhovna Rada election is two years away
18 October, Denys Kazanskyi,
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