Ukraine’s industrial production dropped by 1.8% in 2019

Over the year, the steel industry and production of finished metal products declined by 3.1%

NBU: economic recession reached 3.5% in November 2019

The steel industry with a fall rate of 14.2% in November was among the sectors leading the industrial collapse

Ukraine’s GDP in Q3 increased by 0.6% against Q2

Nominal GDP amounted to ₴1,105.5 billion, ₴26,300 or $1,125 per capita

Ukraine’s investment attractiveness index is gradually improving

The figure is again close to a neutral area of 3 points

Moody’s улучшил прогноз по Украине со «стабильного» на «позитивный» (c)
Moody’s improved its forecast for the Ukraine’s ratings

The country’s credit rating did not change — Ukraine remains very risky

Всемирный банк прогнозирует рост ВВП Украины в 2019-м в 3,6% (c)
The World Bank forecasts a 3.6% GDP growth in Ukraine in 2019

The WB revised its original forecast of 3.4%

Ukraine’s economy grew by 4.2% in Q3

GDP grew by 0.7% compared to Q2 2019

EBRD raises forecast for the economic growth in Ukraine for 2020 to 3.5%

Ukraine’s economy remains resilient to political factors but the pace of growth will stay somewhat modest

Business Expectations Index drops to 52.3

The largest drop was recorded in the industry and construction due to low expectations for order volumes

The Ministry of Economy is expecting a 7.8% import growth in 2020

Ukraine’s imports increased by 9.6% to $83.5 billion

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