|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.
|28 March, 2020||Breaking news|
In hryvnia equivalent, the state debt also slid by almost 1.5%, to UAH 2.048 trillion
|4 July, 2019||Breaking news|
Ukraine needs to pay UAH 70.2 billion or nearly USD 2.7 billion (at the National Bank of Ukraine’s official exchange rate on July 3) on its foreign debts by the end of 2019
|18 July, 2016||Politics|
The anatomy of Yanukovych’s “loan” from Putin. Should Ukraine repay it?
|19 June, 2014||News|
Ukraine’s gross external debt shrinks 3% in Q1’14, the National Bank of Ukraine reports
|4 June, 2014||News|
On June 3, Ukraine reimbursed USD 1bn-worth of Eurobonds issued in 2012 in full and timely manner, the Ministry of Finance reports
|12 November, 2013||News|
Franklin Templeton, a big US money manager known last minute bets in the sovereign debt market, has appeared to be the dominant bankroller of Ukraine despite the country teetering on the edge of an economic crisis, The Financial Times reports.
|4 November, 2013||Economics|
Having survived a harsh liquidity crunch last year, the Ukrainian banking system now seems fairly stable. This impression is misleading
|4 November, 2013||Economics|
Oleksandr Suhoniako: “We’ve passed the critical point and have reached the super-high instability zone”
President of the Association of Ukrainian Banks on why foreign banks are leaving Ukraine, local ones are in danger and the NBU is turning a blind eye to all this
|5 August, 2013||Economics|
Ukraine’s seemingly falling foreign trade deficit hides growing negative trends in the economy
|22 July, 2013||News|
The Ukrainian government may announce a default in Q4’2013 or later because it will not be able to pay its debt liabilities on a timely basis, comments Volodymyr Lanovyi, President of the Centre for Market Reforms
|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.
|25 June, 2013||News|
|17 December, 2012||Economics|
The Ukrainian government is likely to take radical steps to close the budget gap
|18 June, 2012||Economics|
The Ukrainian government is taking money out of the real economy – the receipts of the national budget increased much faster than Ukraine’s GDP in 2010-12
|2 June, 2012||Economics|
Economic growth is impossible without macroeconomic stability. The latter is understood as the stability of financial-monetary parameters of a national economy in time.
|23 May, 2012||Economics|
The way the primary income of Ukrainians and Ukrainian businesses is re-distributed through the allocation of tax, pension and social entitlement funds reflects the government’s indifference to their needs.
|3 May, 2012||World|
Austerity measures aggravate the troubles of European economies
|27 April, 2012||Economics|
The Ukrainian Investment Summit in London has once again proved that the Ukrainian government does not take attracting foreign investments very seriously
|17 April, 2012||Economics|
Six problems Ukraine needs to overcome to be viewed as a bona fide business partner by international financial organisations
|30 March, 2012||Economics|
The Ukrainian government needs new loans to repay old ones. Meanwhile, the economy keeps declining
|24 February, 2012||Economics|
Despite the global crisis, Ukraine is increasing its foreign debt while producing and selling less and buying more
|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