Ministry of Finance forecast for 2017: GDP up by 3%, inflation – 8,1%
The Ministry expects reduction of foreign debt
Ministry of Finance of Ukraine forecasts that GDP will go up by 3%, inflation will be at the level of 8,1% in 2017. The data was presented by Deputy Minister if Finance Roman Kachur during the meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers.
“In 2017, we expect further increase of GDP by 3%. We forecast reduction of inflation down to 8,1%, further fiscal consolidation and reduction of foreign debt”, - Kachur noted.
Earlier, the National Bank of Ukraine announced that it expects a 3% raise of the real GDP.
International Monetary Fund forecasts a 2% GDP increase in 2016 and inflation at the level of 12% in Ukraine. According to the World Bank, Ukraine’s GDP will go up by 1% in 2016.
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