|27 February, 2021||Breaking news|
If the government continues to pile up debt without necessary reforms, it will set its economy on the road to ruin.
|18 February, 2021||Breaking news|
A recent IMF mission to Ukraine ended without reaching any decision on a new tranche. IMF concerns over Ukraine's anti-corruption efforts will increase the pressure on President Zelenskyy
|14 May, 2020||Breaking news|
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is expecting the gross domestic product of Ukraine to fall by 4.5% in 2020
|7 January, 2020||Economics|
How economic transformations drive GDP growth
|18 December, 2019||Economics|
Goesta Ljungman: “Now the Ukrainian state faces a new challenge - to recover taxpayers' money spent to rescue problem banks”
The Ukrainian Week discussed the new International Monetary Fund (IMF) program for Ukraine as well as key challenges for Ukrainian economy with the IMF Resident Representative in Ukraine
|17 November, 2019||Breaking news|
PM Oleksiy Honcharuk and Minister of Finance Oksana Markarova met with the IMF mission head Ron van Rooden and mission's economist Gabor Pula to discuss the new EFF
|13 November, 2019||Economics|
The troubles of the new government with the IMF signal that oligarchic actors prevail over national interests in its actions
|10 June, 2019||Economics|
The consequences of default for Ukraine
|26 May, 2017|
IMF First Deputy Managing Director on the details and prospects of the IMF’s cooperation with Ukraine
|2 May, 2016|
Former deputy director of the IMF’s European Department on the Fund’s cooperation with Ukraine in the past and present, why international creditors distrust Ukraine, and about the role of international lending in Ukraine’s economy
|9 October, 2015|
«Economic populism is always tempting during periods of hardship, but it has not served Ukraine well in the past»
The IMF's assessment of Ukraine's reforms and outlook
|9 October, 2015||Economics|
Ukraine’s banking sector faces massive consolidation and change of owners
|12 February, 2014||News|
Catherine Ashton to Meet with IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde on Thursday, The WSJ reports.
|20 December, 2013||News|
The west was prepared to give Kiev at least €20bn in loans if Ukraine agreed sign a landmark European Union integration agreement last month. This information is available due to an internal EU document seen by the Financial Times.
|12 July, 2013||News|
The government will use promissory notes (veksels) to legalize kickbacks for VAT reimbursement and force entrepreneurs to cover the government’s debt liabilities, writes Zhanna Bezpiatchuk in the next issue of The Ukrainian Week due after July 18.
|24 May, 2013||News|
Ukraine may agree on an International Monetary Fund loan by September because of a wide current-account gap and limited access to global financial markets, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc., reports Bloomberg.
|28 March, 2013||News|
Timothy Ash: Ukrainian government should quickly lock in external financing, either from the Russians or from IMF
After record snowfall Ukraine can do nothing to prevent the economy falling into recession in the first quarter of 2013, after GDP growth of 0.2 per cent in 2012, writes Financial Times.
|17 April, 2012||Economics|
Six problems Ukraine needs to overcome to be viewed as a bona fide business partner by international financial organisations
|11 April, 2012||Politics|
Participating in a London round-table, Deputy Prime Minister Valeriy Khoroshkovsky used his impeccable manners and good command of English to try to present a very positive picture of Ukraine in the world's financial capital
|30 March, 2012||Economics|
The Ukrainian government needs new loans to repay old ones. Meanwhile, the economy keeps declining
|28 October, 2011||Economics|
Why NBU's regulation fails to curb monetary hunger
|14 October, 2011||Economics|
The government is trying to get off the IMF needle but is not prepared for the pain of withdrawal. Ukraine’s sovereign debt and fiscal load are set to grow in 2012, and default may become a reality in 2013