The Ministry of Finance of Ukraine has developed criteria for wealthy Ukrainians. The body will oblige them to fill out annual declarations.


President Petro Poroshenko`s anti-corruption court law does not fully meet the requirements of the Venice Commission as well as the recommendations of the IMF. If the law is adopted in its present form, Ukraine may not receive the next tranche of the IMF, which will hit the national currency and investment attractiveness, CASE Ukraine`s Executive […]


CASE Ukraine Senior Economist Volodymyr Dubrovsky commented to the UBR media outlet on the situation with inflation. In addition, he assessed whether Ukrainians will have enough salary rewards this year.


CASE Ukraine`s Executive Director Dmytro Boyarchuk made a forecast for the 2018 exchange rate. According to him, the course this year will fluctuate from UAH 28 to 30 Hryvnia per US dollar.


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.


Many factors may affect the growth rate of the Ukrainian economy. 2019 elections are among them, Case Ukraine`s senior economist Volodymyr Dubrovsky claims.


CASE Ukraine`s Executive Director Dmytro Boyarchuk commented to the HolosUA media outlet on a situation regarding the Oschadbank`s capitalization increase. According to the economist, this move will not solve the problems of bank customers.

Jan 3, 2018

2017 Memorials


CASE Ukraine`s Executive Director Dmytro Boyarchuk shared results and events of the past year with the Novoye Vremia media outlet.


The ‘Focus’ magazine analyzed the work of Volodymyr Hroisman`s government. An assessment of the effectiveness of ministers and executives was conducted on a 12-point school system. Experts from CASE Ukraine were invited to evaluate the work of the government, in particular of the State Fiscal Service (SFS).


In 2018, Ukraine plans to re-enter the external debt market. The country expects to attract $ 2 billion through the Eurobonds placement.

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