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The National Bank of Ukraine predicts 3-4% GDP growth in 2017 and up to 4-5% in 2019-2020.
Based on current affairs and trends, this estimate seems quite reasonable. I cannot call it too optimistic, or pessimistic. But, if you ask whether this growth is enough for Ukraine then the answer is “no.”
Unfortunately, 3-4% – a level that will provide us with only faith floundering. This is the survival rate of population and business.
There is no stimulating policy – monetary, fiscal, or structural. This is an inertial development. Well, it is a good thing to have it, but it …read more

Source: Razumkov Centre

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