Archive 2002

  • Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.4 (18)

    • Six political blocks and parties will make up the political structure of the newly elected Verkhovna Rada.
    • The performance of the manufacturing sector improved in February, although metallurgy continued to decline.
    • The government intends to introduce new grain and sugar market regulations reflecting the interests of the large markets players.
    • The merchandise trade decelerated in January 2002, yet the trade surplus has doubled year-over-year.
    • The consolidated fiscal surplus for the first two months of 2002 facilitated the timely servicing of Ukraine’s Eurobond obligations.
    • Administrative controls applied during the pre-election period contributed to a further price level decrease for consumer goods.
    • The inflation in March was at a 2.2% yoy level.
    • The NBU liberalised some foreign exchange market regulations.
    Issue:  No.4 (18) April 2002
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