Archive 2005

  • Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine 3 (53)

    • Yulia Timoshenko became Prime Minister of Ukraine, supported by an overwhelming majority in Parliament.
    • Viktor Yushchenko voiced Ukraine’s interest in becoming a NATO member and later on an EU member.
    • The real GDP grew by 6.5% yoy in January 2005, decelerating compared to the previous year’s figure.
    • The merchandise trade surplus reached USD 3.7 bn in 2004, with the enlarged EU now being the major trade partner of Ukraine.
    • The review of the privatisation has created uncertainty over property rights in Ukraine.
    • During January and February the NBU increased its official reserves to USD 10.9 bn.

    MEMU SUPPLEMENT: "New social liabilities: A fiscal gap of UAH 13.5 bn"

    Issue:  No.3 (53) March 2005
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