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  • Ukraine's economy grew by 3.3% in 2018 - State Statistics Service
    Information and Communication Department of the Secretariat of the CMU, posted 21 March 2019 17:50

    Ukraine’s economy in 2018 compared with 2017 grew by 3.3% which in line with the forecasting indicators and general indicators of the country’s development. According to the data of the State Statistics Service of Ukraine, nominal GDP amounted to UAH  3.5 trillion, and per capita – UAH 84,190.

    The growth trend continues for 12 consecutive quarters.

    According to the Prime Minister, the main economic benchmark for the Government this year is to maintain positive dynamics and to accelerate economic growth by more than 3%. "This year we are working to ensure that in 2019 the economy will steadily increase by more than 3%. We will continue to make major overhaul of the country, to invest resources in roads, infrastructure, and to build social infrastructure objects. We will continue to deliver reforms, to introduce the New Ukrainian school as well as to retrofit the healthcare sector. Drastic changes taking place in the country need to be consolidated, and the situation will improve ", the Head of Government underscored.