The year 2017 saw a reshaping of the country’s foreign trade, promoting Europe as the major trading partner
The Week in Review has witnessed about the strong case for investments in the country as reflected by the development of the balance of payment. Namely, steady foreign investments
The Week in review witnessed about a resumption of the efforts at completing the restructuring of the overall Eurobond and debt landscape of the country. The restructuring of the
The Week in Review showed the increasing political tension in the country negatively impacting upon the standing of the public sector, as well as upon the global positions of the country.
The Week in Review sent additional signal as to the willingness of the country’s authorities to secure further financing from the IMF. In this connection, the adoption of the new legislation
The Week in Review has witnessed a strong consistency of the Government debt management policy. In this connection, the government continued restructuring its debts, above all stretching the
Issues of short-term policy have dominated in the country over the last week. Despite the ambitious aim of the new legislation on pension reform, the net gain seems to be a nearing of the next
Ukraine’s geostrategic position advanced at the center stage over the week as the supply of lethal weapons to Ukraine has turned from political debates into an executive issue in the US.
The successful return of the country to international debt market has overshadowed all events of the week, including the intervention of the Ukrainian President at the General Assembly
The Week in Review has seen a deteriorating political environment casting shadow over the government’s efforts to attract investors.