The central bank expects a coronavirus outbreak in the autumn,

Tuesday, August 17, 2021

a contagion that “will delay the recovery of economic activity to the level it was before the pandemic,” Serhiy Nikolaichuk, a deputy governor of the National Bank of Ukraine, tells Forbes Ukraine. Noting the minor impacts of two quarantines in the first half of this year, he said: “At the same time, we do not expect the introduction of strict quarantine measures and significant losses for the economy.”

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