Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman has said that the economy of Ukraine has been growing for 11 quarters in a row, although it’s not enough and much still needs to be done.
“Our goal is to reach 5-7% of GDP growth. We need to attract investments for this. We are moving in the ease of doing business ranking, and abolishing hundreds of outdated regulations,” Groysman said during the forum “New Industrialization: Joint Actions of the Government and Business”.
Groysman also said that priorities for the economic growth in 2019 included improving business climate, a new system of governance of the state sector, and transparent privatization. (Ukrinform/Business World Magazine)