Ukraine Economic Outlook: Cost of Crimea

Strengthening the periphery: How Brexit could better relations between Ukraine and the EU

By Vladislav Inozemtsev, Mykhailo Kukhar   In March 2019, the British Parliament expressed its final opinion on the plan for a country to leave the European Union. Whatever final form Brexit takes, it will lead to a serious reformatting of the European Union. And this is not about the domino… Read More »Strengthening the periphery: How Brexit could better relations between Ukraine and the EU

Forecast of key macroeconimic indicators for Ukrainian economy until 2022, results of Economic Lecture Hall – 2018

In 2018, the dollar equivalent of Ukraine’s GDP will be $130.5 billion. The growth of 16.8% is mainly due to the positive dynamics of commodity prices. Net raw materials export of Ukraine in 2018 will total $9.3 billion, compared to $7.1 billion in 2017 (mainly due to the increase of… Read More »Forecast of key macroeconimic indicators for Ukrainian economy until 2022, results of Economic Lecture Hall – 2018

About impact of the ‘Kerch crisis’ and the martial law on economic growth in 2018/19

Executive summary: According to the results of the first two days, IMF Group Ukraine has already drawn a preliminary conclusion that the so-called Kerch crisis, which has arisen and the subsequent transition to a hybrid martial law, will have no fundamental influence on the economic growth of Ukraine in 2018/19.… Read More »About impact of the ‘Kerch crisis’ and the martial law on economic growth in 2018/19