Archive 2009

  • Monthly Economic Monitor Ukraine No.3 (101)

    • The Parliament did not support a ‘no confidence’ vote to Yulia Tymoshenko’s Government.
    • Economic activity plunged in January, with sharpest contraction demonstrated by construction and industry.
    • The State Property Fund announced its intentions to sell Ukrtelecom in the near future.
    • Current account balance turned to surplus in January but capital outflows reached record levels.
    • The central fiscal revenues declined by 3.8% yoy in January.
    • Nominal wages in January fell to the levels of March 2008.
    • Inflation decelerated to 20.9% yoy in February.
    • Interbank exchange rate remained in UAH/USD 7.7-8.2 range for the most of February.
    • HIGHLIGHT OF THE MONTH: Does Ukraine’s economy really need import surcharge?
    Issue:  No.3 (101) March 2009
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