News with tag “GDP”
- September 10, 2012
Kyiv, September 10, 2012. Ukraine became the only country with GDP under one trillion to make it to the top 5 at the Paralympics 2012 in London. Taking into account GDP volume for each country in the 2012 Paralympics top 5, Ukraine has highest medal return. One medal won by the Eastern European emerging economy was worth under one billion in GDP count, while for all of Ukraine’s counterparts – from over 16 to more than 31 billion.
- May 21, 2012
Kyiv, May 21, 2012. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development forecasts GDP growth in Ukraine over 2013 to reach 4 percent compared to 2.5 percent in 2012. This growth is the second highest in Central and Eastern Europe, with only a prognosis for Moldova being higher – 4.5 percent. Ukraine is followed by Estonia (predicted 3.4 percent GDP growth in 2013).
- January 18, 2012
Kyiv, January 18, 2012. Ukrainian GDP increased by 5.2 percent in 2011, reported the State Statistics Committee of Ukraine. Amidst the world economic crisis the Ukrainian GDP growth rate had been one of the highest in Europe, commented Ukrainian Prime-Minister Mykola Azarov. In 2011 GDP growth rate among CIS countries reached 4.2 percent; as for the European Union, its GDP in the third quarter of 2011 increased only 0.2 percent, according to Eurostat.
- December 23, 2010
Kyiv, 23 December, 2010. The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund completed its first overview of the economic performance of Ukraine under the Stand-By Arrangement. Positive results of the review lead to an immediate appropriation of a tranche worth 1.5 billion USD.
- December 8, 2010
London, 8 December, 2010. During the last 6 months the Ukrainian government has managed to significantly improve the country’s financial situation by decreasing the public debt. This statement was the core message of the First Deputy Head of Administration for the President of Ukraine Iryna Akimova at the Inside Ukraine Conference organized by The Economist.
- November 17, 2010
Kyiv, 17 November 2010. The Government of Ukraine and the International Monetary Fund have successfully approved the terms of the Stand-By Agreement continuation, which was signed in July this year. This was announced by Thanos Arvanitis, the Head of the latest International Monetary Fund’s mission to Ukraine in his interview to Ukrainian “Radio Svoboda” today.
- October 29, 2010
Kyiv, 29 October 2010. The international rating agency Fitch announced its prediction of a 5 % growth in Ukraine’s GDP in 2010 and a 4.5 % in 2011. According to Fitch, Ukraine’s nominal GDP in 2010 will constitute 140,9 billion USD and 164,9 billion USD by the end of 2011.