The world Bank is dissatisfied with the “modest” growth of Ukraine’s economy

The world Bank is dissatisfied with the “modest” growth of Ukraine’s economy



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The pace is insufficient to return to pre-crisis levels.

The world Bank predicts growth of Ukraine’s real GDP in 2018 to 3.5%, in line with the previous forecasts released in October 2017.

This was said by a leading economist and program Manager of the world Bank for Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine Faruk Khan during the presentation of updated macroeconomic forecasts, reports UNIAN.

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“The current forecast of economic growth in Ukraine to 2018 – 3,5%”, – he said.

The representative of the world Bank called bad news, “modest” economic growth in 2017 by 2.5%, explaining this low rate, among other things, the concern of investors due to the low pace of reforms.

“This pace is not enough to overcome poverty in Ukraine, and not enough to the country’s economy returned to pre-crisis level”, – said economist of the world Bank in Ukraine Anastasia Golovach.

Previously, the government predicted that the inflation rate projected in 2018 will amount to 9.7% (December to December of the previous year), 2019 – 8%, 2020 – 6.8%, 2021 th of 6.4%.

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