Archive 2004

  • Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.9 (47)

    • Ukraine and Russia signed several agreements on gas and oil cooperation.
    • The real GDP grew by 13.5% yoy between January and July, partially due to a recovery in the agricultural sector.
    • This year Ukraine has already harvested nearly 35 m tons of grain, that is 75% more than the total harvest in 2003.
    • Despite protests by ecological groups of the EU, Ukraine opened the Danube-Black Sea deep-water navigation canal.
    • Within the framework of the WTO negotiations, Ukraine signed a protocol with Argentina for accession to markets for goods and services.
    • Fiscal expenditures were executed at 90% of the budgeted level despite an accumulation of UAH 10.6 bn in the state accounts.
    • Continuing its policy of suppressing monetary expansion, the NBU changed the reserves requirement ratios for commercial banks.
    Issue:  No.9 (47) September 2004
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