Ukraine: deputy PM cuts growth forecast

Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Stepan Kubiv cut the government’s 2017 economic growth forecast to 1.8% from 3%, citing a trade blockade with separatist-held territories as one of the drivers for the revision. The new forecast is just below the central bank’s revised prediction of 1.9%. Kubiv said growth for 2018 would likely climb to 3%,…

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Ukraine: exports up in Q1 2017

In January-March the exports of goods and services from Ukraine totaled $12.4 billion, up by 28% YoY, or by $2.7 billion, the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine reported. In particular, in the reporting period the exports of goods increased by 34.4%, or by $2.7 billion, and totaled $10.4 billion. Agricultural products and…

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