The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine expects economic growth of Ukraine in the current year of at least 1%, and in 2017 – 3%. It said the first Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine – Minister of economic development and trade Stepan Kubiv in an interview with UNIAN.
“…overall, macroeconomic dynamics coincides with our estimates, which are incorporated in the forecast. Therefore, we expect further economic growth: the GDP plus 1% for FY 2016 and plus 3% in the next year,” – said Kubiv.
International rating Agency Fitch forecasts GDP growth at 1%, while earlier the forecast was 2%.
Indicators of Ukraine’s economic growth in the medium term under version Fitch also reduced to 2%.
The national Bank of Ukraine forecasts that real GDP in 2016 will rise by 1.1% in 2017 – 3%, and in 2018 the growth will accelerate to 4%.