Archive 2003

  • Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.12 (38)

    • Hennady Vasylyev, the former vice-speaker of Parliament and Prosecutor of the Donetsk region, became the new Prosecutor General.
    • Ukraine signed a bilateral agreement with Poland on the extension of the Odesa-Brody pipeline to Plock.
    • The real GDP grew by 7.2% yoy between January and October due to growth in manufacturing, trade and transport.
    • The EBRD launched a project to develop private crediting against warehouse grain receipts in Ukraine.
    • Ukraine signed a bilateral protocol with Israel on accession to the goods and services market within the framework of the WTO negotiation process.
    • The Verkhovna Rada approved the State Budget for 2004 with revenues of UAH 60.7 bn and expenditures of UAH 64.2 bn.
    • Banks experienced a temporary lack of liquidity in November.
    • The NBU eased the regulations concerning trading of Ukrainian eurobonds by residents.
    Issue:  No.12 (38) December 2003
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