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Results for 2017 were mixed. Ukraine’s economy is on the rise, and many positive achievements were reached. But 2018 begins with one awful reality: ongoing attacks against the new anti-corruption agencies have revealed to the world just how reluctant the establishment is to give up its rent-seeking activities any time soon.

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There was a new wave of anti-corruption scandals in November. The National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) organized a few high-profile arrests, but its courage only triggered active resistance from Ukraine’s establishment.

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CASE Ukraine`s Senior Economist Volodymyr Dubrovsky gave in an article for ‘Ekonomichna Pravda’ media outlet a full picture of how the Ukrainian economy exits the ‘shadow’.

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Ukraine has climbed in the ‘Taxation 2018’rating from the 84th place in the 43rd (among 190 countries). CASE Ukraine`s Senior Economist Volodymyr Dubrovsky shared in a commentary to the ‘From-UA’ media outlet a restrained assessment of the successes and called not to rely entirely on similar studies.

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Yakiv Smoliy, the acting National Bank of Ukraine`s (NBU) head, and Volodymyr Lavrenchuk, the chairman of the board of ‘Raiffeisen Bank Aval’, claim to be the head of the NBU. CASE Ukraine`s Executive Director Dmytro Boyarchuk estimates in the article for the ‘Novoye Vremia’ website a development of the regulator by each of the candidates.

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The Verkhovna Rada equated the persons wounded during the Euromaidan protests to the war veterans.

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That is what the International Monetary Fund requires from the state. IMF mission representatives currently get acquainted with the 2018 Ukrainian budget draft.

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CASE Ukraine`s executive director Dmytro Boyarchuk forecast in the article for ‘Novoe Vremia’ media outlet the Ukrainian Hryvnia`s future: a complete collapse of currency will not take place, but it will weaken its position within 5%.

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Ukraine’s economy is steadily recovering now. During H1, GDP grew 2.4% y/y, twice as fast as forecast.

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Volodymyr Dubrovsky, CASE Ukraine`s senior economist, told ‘UBR’ media outlet that the simplified tax system does not hurt the budget as much as it is thought to be.

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