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Volume of steel production in Ukraine may increase by 5.7% in 2021
Production will total 21.5–21.8 million tons provided that the capacity utilization rates remain at the levels recorded in December 2020–January 2021
Всемирный банк улучшил прогноз роста ВВП Украины в 2021 году до 3%
The World Bank improves forecast for Ukraine’s GDP in 2021 to 3%
Early October it estimated the growth of Ukraine’s economy at only 1.5%
The mining & metals sector needs $2.4 billion in investments a...
This amount of investment for the next ten years will make them a basic industry in the new economy
Минэкономики прогнозирует рост ВВП Украины с 2021 по 2023 год на 26% (c) shutterstock.com
The Ministry of Economy forecasts a 26% growth of Ukraine’s GDP in ...
Ministry clarified the national exchange rate
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Poltava Mining is preparing a project to increase production to 24 ...
The Company is to launch a new technological complex for production of finished products worth $100 million
The misfortune came: the impact of the coronavirus on the steel ind...
Steelmakers expect a drop in demand by over 50% in the next two quarters
Industrial producers expect a drop in capacity utilization rate to ...
Representatives of industrial companies of Ukraine predict a drop in demand for their products
«Укрметаллургпром» прогнозирует спад выпуска стали на 10,5% в декабре (c) shutterstock.com
Ukrmetallurgprom predicts a decline in steel production by 10.5% in...
Pig iron production may fall by 7.21%, while production of rolled products may grow by 6.25%
EBRD raises forecast for the economic growth in Ukraine for 2020 to...
Ukraine’s economy remains resilient to political factors but the pace of growth will stay somewhat modest
Минэкономики повысило прогноз по ВВП Украины до 3,7% в 2020 г (c) shutterstock.com
The Ministry of Economy improved the GDP forecast for Ukraine up to...
Earlier, the Ministry expected an increase of 3.2%