Archive 2003

  • Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.10 (36)

    • The presidents of Ukraine, Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan signed a treaty to establish a Common Economic Space.
    • Despite the decline in agriculture, the real GDP continued its growth at 5.3% yoy from January to August.
    • A price increase of petroleum products provoked administrative interventions in the market.
    • The government continues with administrative price controls on the grain and sugar markets.
    • Ukraine and Cuba signed a protocol on accession for goods and services within the framework of the WTO negotiations.
    • The foreign direct investment inflow increased considerably.
    • The NBU Council approved the main guidelines for the 2004 monetary policy. They do not envisage substantial policy changes.
    • The deposit insurance coverage was increased by one third from UAH 1500 to UAH 2000.
    Issue:  No.10 (36) October 2003
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