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Monthly economic monitoring


The MEMU contains a monthly review and brief analysis of the key economic policy measures and data that come public during the previous month. The MEMU supplement presents extended analysis of one key event in the Ukrainian economy. There are 12 issues per year distributed among subscribers.


 

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  • 12.11.2018

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine 10 (214)

    Highlight: BUDGET-2019
    On October 18, the Parliament approved the 2019 Draft State Budget Law in the first reading. The Ministry of Finance and the Verkhovna Rada Budget Committee succeeded to maintain key fiscal indicators rather realistic. This was difficult, as the MPs submitted more than two thousands amendments to the initial draft.
    Issue:  No.10 (214) October 2018
  • 07.10.2018

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine 8-9 (213)

    Highlight: MACRO OUTLOOK
    Over the recent weeks, the discussions on the macroeconomic outlook for Ukraine were high on the agenda taking into account high external and domestic risks. The FX payments on state debt are high for next several years, while the NBU was not able to increase international reserves to more safe level.
    Issue:  No.8-9 (213) August-September 2018
  • 21.08.2018

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine 6-7 (212)

    Highlight: CUSTOMS REFORM
    The full-scale implementation of the customs reform in Ukraine has not been implemented. Therefore, customs clearance in the country remains lengthy and complicated, which is reflected in Ukraines low positions in comparative international rankings. A new annual survey of exporters and importers in Ukraine conducted by the IER shows that a customs reform that would bring more transparency and reduce bureaucracy is necessary.
    Issue:  No.6-7 (212) June-July 2018
  • 30.05.2018

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.5 (211)

    Highlight: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
    Intellectual property (IP) protection and enforcement when done right are one of the fundamental conditions for innovation and competition. Ukraines strategic documents (in particular, Ukraine-2020 Strategy) list protection of IP rights among policy priority. However, the implementation of IP-related reforms remains slow. This was noticed by the Western partners of Ukraine (both the USA and the EU), that are expecting radical changes in the field of IPR protection and enforcement.
    Issue:  No.5 (211) May 2018
  • 25.04.2018

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.4 (210)

    Highlight: THE SOE REFORM
    Overall, Ukraine had 3392 SOE with aggregated assets at UAH 1.6 trillion in September 2017 (for the comparison, there are 301 SOE in Poland and 371 SOE in Hungary). According to the data of the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade (MEDT), only 1611 SOE were in operation in the first nine months of 2017. 1051 SOE reported profits, while other were loss making. The MEDT assessed positively the management efficiency of only 22 out of 84 entities that manage SOE.
    Issue:  No.4 (210) April 2018
  • 22.03.2018

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.3 (209)

    Highlight: GAS MARKET
    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: refusing to supply gas to the country. Ukraine faced gas shortage.
    Issue:  No.3 (209) March 2018
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  • 22.02.2018

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.2 (208)

    Highlight: HEALTHCARE REFORM
    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.
    Issue:  No.2 (208) February 2018
  • 31.01.2018

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.1 (207)

    Highlight: YEAR 2017
    2017 was a year of hopes that had a mixed record in coming true.Economic recovery was lower than previously expected: real GDP is estimated to grow at about 2.2% in 2017. Low growth is partially explained by the blocked of trade with the occupied part of Donbas. Inflation was significantly higher than the NBU target due to rapid increase in minimum wage and growth of commodity prices.
    Issue:  No.1 (207) January 2018
  • 14.08.2017

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.8 (202)

    Highlight: Ryanair
    On July 10, 2017, Ryanair, the largest low-cost airline in Europe, announced that it cancels its plans to enter Ukraine due to the failure to agree the contract with Boryspil airport. The decision was a negative blow to the image of Ukraine aiming to prove that the country is open and friendly to foreign investors.
    Issue:  No.8 (202) August 2017
  • 26.06.2017

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.6 (200)

    Highlight: 200 MONTHS
    We are happy to introduce the 200th issue of the IER Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine. This means that we have presented short analysis of economic life of Ukraine for last 200 months. The first issue of the MEMU was issued in October 2000. During these months Ukraines economy went through some ups and downs. We try to list some of them.
    Issue:  No.6 (200) June 2017
  • 23.05.2017

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.5 (199)

    Highlight:CUSTOM REFORM
    The Ministry of Finance proposed to reform of customs in Ukraine with the aim of better transparency and predictability. The model of the reform and changes in custom procedures is currently debated between the Ministry of Finance and the representatives of the Parliament and the civil society. The reform will hopefully be implemented by the end of 2017.
    Issue:  No.5 (199), May 2017
  • 23.04.2017

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.4 (198)

    Highlight:THE IMF
    On April 3, the IMF Executive Board concluded 2016 Article IV Consultation with Ukraine (IMF biannual macroeconomic surveillance) and completed the Third Review of Ukraines EFF program. As a result, Ukraine received USD 1 bn disbursement, which was originally scheduled for November 15, 2016.
    Issue:  No.4 (198), April 2017
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