Ukraine seeks to cut state debt to 49% of GDP at the end of 2020, from 62% today
Thursday, August 23, 2018

Ukraine seeks to cut state debt to 49% of GDP at the end of 2020, from 62% today

Ukraine seeks to cut state debt to 49% of GDP at the end of 2020, from 62% today, Acting Finance Minister Oksana Markarova writes on the Finance Ministry website. Timothy Ash writes from London: “Ambitious target. Depends really on continued stability/strength and real appreciation of the UAH, and, obviously, on election result from presidential elections due next year.”

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