Archive 2001

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 disturbed among subscribers.




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  • 30.12.2002

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.12 (14)

    For the first half of the year 2001 the GDP components contributed to the total real GDP growth as follows: households consumption 31%, investments 32%, state consumption 29%, and net export 8%.

    Issue:  No.12 (14) December 2001
  • 02.12.2001

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.11 (13)

    Within the first nine month of 2001 the real GDP in Ukraine grew 9.3% yoy. In September, the real GDP increased by only 0.1% yoy, this being the smallest increase since the beginning of the economic recovery.

    Issue:  No.11 (13) November 2001
  • 01.11.2001

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.10 (12)

    According to Derzhkomstat, the real GDP grew by 10.8% yoy between January and August 2001 (in August 12.4% yoy) somewhat slowing the rate of growth compared to previous months. Growth in value added to agriculture and forestry remained high at 26.2% yoy for the first eight months, but stable when compared to July. Increasing growth in value added in the wholesale and retail trades and in repair services (15.9% yoy cum.) was offset by a slowdown in value added growth in construction and in the manufacturing industry.

    Issue:  No.10 (12) October 2001
  • 01.10.2001

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.9 (11)

    The January to July 2001 growth of real GDP reached its highest level 10.5% yoy cum. (17.4% yoy in July) since the beginning of Ukraines economic recovery. Compared to the steady value added increases in other sectors, value added in agriculture and forestry rose by 24.6% yoy cum. in seven months mainly due to a good grain harvest.

    Issue:  No.9 (11) September 2001
  • 02.09.2001

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.8 (10)

    The growth of the Ukrainian economy has been sustained over the first half of the year. According to Derzhkomstat, the real GDP increased by 9.1% yoy cum. (9.2% yoy in June) between January and June. The highest value-added growth occurred in the manufacturing industry (23.2% yoy cum.), in construction (8.5% yoy cum.), and in the wholesale and retail trades (13.5% yoy cum.).

    Issue:  No.8 (10) August 2001
  • 01.08.2001

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.7 (9)

    The official GDP growth figure for 2000 was downgrated from 6.0% to 5.8% yoy due to the transfer of the proceeds from the sale of bombers to Russia from 2000 to 1999.

    Issue:  No.7 (9) July 2001
  • 04.07.2001

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.6 (8)

    In April the GDP grew by an impressive 10.8% yoy (8.5% yoy cum. since the start of 2001) primarily due to high growth in industry (18.4%). However, industrial output declined in April by 1.6% as compared to March and a high proportion of enterprises decreased their production.

    Issue:  No.6 (8) June 2001
  • 05.06.2001

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.5 (7)

    GDP posted a significant growth of 7.7% yoy cum. in January-March 2001 without the seasonal decline. Growth of industrial production in the first quarter totalled 17.4% yoy cum. (18.1% yoy in March), with barter transactions falling.

    Issue:  No.5 (7) May 2001
  • 04.05.2001

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.4 (6)

    Industrial production in March may accelerate as compared to the February rate and reach 16.0% growth yoy, which could raise the first quarter result to 16.4% yoy cum. growth. In addition to last years growth leaders (food, light and wood processing industries) machine building maintains accelerating growth rates.

    Issue:  No.4 (6) April 2001
  • 02.04.2001

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.3 (5)

    The GDP growth figure might slow down to approximately 6.0% yoy in February from 9.1% yoy in January due to lower industrial production growth (12.6% yoy).

    Issue:  No.3 (5) March 2001
  • 03.03.2001

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.2 (4)

    The remarkable GDP growth rate of 9.1% in January seems to be a logical continuation of the Ukrainian economic upturn in 2000. Industrial production in January grew strongly at 19.5% yoy and agriculture at 0.5% yoy.

    Issue:  No.2 (4) February 2001
  • 06.01.2001

    Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.1 (3)

    Steady GDP growth continued in November (8.0% yoy) and December, resulting in a 6% growth for the whole year 2000, according to preliminary data. This result is an important achievement since it records the first positive growth figure for Ukraine since gaining independence in 1991. The previous best result was a 0.4% GDP fall in 1999.

    Issue:  No.1 (3) January 2001
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