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  • 22.03.2018

    After going through emergency gas shortage this winter, Ukraine should pursue higher energy independence

    The late February was marked by the victory celebration at the Ukrainian gas market as Ukrainian Naftogaz won the case on gas transit against the Russian Gazprom at the Stockholm Arbitrage Court. Together with almost USD 2 bn that the Naftogaz owes the Gazprom in the gas case, the Naftogaz net win is USD 2.6 bn. However, already on March 1, 2018, Russia used the same tactic against Ukraine as it did in 2009, namely refusing to supply gas to Ukraine. What necessary steps Ukraine should take to protect itself from political gas emergencies?
    Category:  Articles
  • 22.03.2018

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  • 16.03.2018

    The fiscal impact of Tax on Withdrawn Capital: Methodological explanations

    The German Advisory Group Ukraine in cooperation with the Institute for Economic Research Kiev (IER) and Otten Consulting, published a range of papers on the currently discussed, possible introduction of an Tax on Withdrawn Capital. Our estimates have been subject to discussion in the extensive debate led by various actors in Ukraine. We would like to clarify our recommendations
    Category:  Consultancy works
  • 27.02.2018

    Better access to the healthcare: is it possible in Ukraine?

    During many years, healthcare system remained one of the least reformed in Ukraine. Quality of healthcare was going down and the system was mired in corruption and unofficial payments. Ukrainians often complain about costs of healthcare services and medicines. As a result, the necessity of healthcare reform was clear, but there was no agreement on the best path forward.
    Category:  Articles
  • 31.01.2018

    Ukraine in 2017: Macroeconomic review

    In this article, the IER experts summed up the political and economic ups and downs of the year 2017 for Ukraine in following spheres: real sector, energy, transport, agriculture, external sector, fiscal policy, social policy, labour market, deregulation, inflation, monetary policy, exchange rate and state debt.
    Category:  Articles
  • 17.11.2017

    Ukraine’s economic recovery: good, but slow

    The Ukrainian economic crisis of 2014-15 was caused by a number of factors, each one coinciding and reinforcing the other. Today, the country’s economy is recovering, but it remains highly dependent on the speed and the ultimate success of several key reforms, of which judiciary reform is the most important.
    Category:  Articles
  • 20.10.2017

    Estimation of the short run fiscal impact of introducing an Exit Capital Tax

    Category:  Consultancy works
  • 26.06.2017

    What Is the Cost of Operating a Business in Ukraine?

    In 2016, the costs attributed to operating a business in Ukraine have been lower than in a respective index in 2015. In particular, during the past year, Ukrainians spent on average UAH 27,412 for the purposes of compliance with the effective regulatory requirements. This amount is UAH 2,349 lower than in 2015, which is primarily the result of the reduction of the costs incurred in connection with audits of businesses.
    Category:  Articles
  • 29.05.2017

    SMEs in Ukraine Choose Fair Conditions Over Special Treatment

    When Ukrainian SMEs are given a choice between two options – to obtain certain benefits for their sector from the government or to make sure that the government creates equal conditions for all enterprises – they choose the latter.
    Category:  Comments
  • 29.05.2017

    SMEs in Ukraine Choose Fair Conditions Over Special Treatment

    When Ukrainian SMEs are given a choice between two options – to obtain certain benefits for their sector from the government or to make sure that the government creates equal conditions for all enterprises – they choose the latter.
    Category:  Articles
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