As reported by Censor.NET, Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Hroisman wrote on Facebook.
"There are only a few experts today who question the fact that Ukraine's economy is starting to revive. The only question is what exactly will boost the future growth," he wrote.
According to Hroisman, the government is now actively implementing decisions aimed at ensuring consistent and rapid economic growth. These measures also take into account the experience of Ukraine's neighbors - Poland and Slovakia.
"Positive trends in the economy allow us to simultaneously assess the possibility of taking decisions tangible by millions of Ukrainians, but not populist ones, on the introduction of modern approaches to the calculation of salaries and pensions as early as this year. I am convinced that this government will be the one to witness true Ukraine's recovery," the prime minister added.
Earlier, Hroisman said that Ukraine's economy was showing positive signals. In particular, the average wage size reached 5,337 hryvnia (about $210) in June.
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