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 IMF sees first signs of Ukrainian economy recovery

The International Monetary Fund sees the first signs of economy recovery in Ukraine including improved consumer sentiment and slowing of industrial production decline with simultaneous beginning of growth in other important sectors of the economy.

This was stated by the IMF Permanent Representative in Ukraine Jerome Vacher at a business forum in Kyiv, Censor.NET reports citing UNIAN.

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"We see the first signs of economic recovery. I want to emphasize that we see stabilization in the financial sector, the increase in deposits and the stabilization of the exchange rate. ... We also see positive signals on such indicators as GDP, industrial production, improvement of consumer sentiment," he said.

 
 
 
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