Archive 2005

  • Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.10 (60)

    • Parliament approved Mr. Yekhanurov as Prime Minister.
    • The real GDP growth slowed to 2.8% yoy for the first eight months of 2005.
    • Receiving UAH 8.1 bn in privatisation revenues in 2006 seems doubtful.
    • Parliament approved the ‘Law On Automobile Roads’, which defines the rules for establishing toll roads.
    • Ukraine completed bilateral negotiations on access to markets of goods and services with Iceland and Peru in the framework of the WTO accession.
    • The central fiscal deficit for 2006 is projected to be 1.9% of GDP.
    • In August the NBU refinanced the Ukrainian commercial banks with UAH 4.3 bn to insure their liquidity.
    • The NBU approved regulations concerning the liberalisation of the foreign exchange market.

    MEMU SUPPLEMENT: "New Government - new hopes?"

    Issue:  No.10 (60) October 2005
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