Censor.NET reports citing Ukrainski Novyny quoting International Monetary Fund's First Deputy Managing Director David Lipton as saying.
According to him, a rapid and sustainable economic growth in Ukraine can be reached through the implementation of structural reforms aimed at improving business environment and attracting investment. Such reforms, Lipton said, include privatization, the creation of agricultural land market, and the fight against corruption.
He stressed the necessity to resolve the corruption issue. No visible results have been reached despite the launch of the new anti-corruption institutions in Ukraine, said Lipton.
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