Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman is confident that the economy is alive, but more needs to be done.
“From the first days of our government we have embarked on economic growth. Today we can say that Ukraine’s economy revives,” he wrote in Facebook.
“According to the latest data of the state statistics Committee, the average nominal salary in Ukraine for a year (from June 2016 to June 2017) grew by 37.9% and as of July 1, is already 7360 UAH. Moreover, the analysis shows that substantially the entire rising wages for blue-collar jobs,” – said the Prime Minister.
Groisman has paid attention to the so-called “tradefirst”.
“We have in the country today is a complicated situation and difficult challenges, and for this reason I have no illusions. That’s why I say we need a major overhaul of the country. Still need very much to do. But I firmly believe that we will win only by believing in themselves and in the success of Ukraine. Therefore, every positive, every evidence that changes are already taking place that would at the same time say “tradepile”, will inspire me personally to do more. And I am sure that such positive news we will have more and more,” he wrote.
We will remind, the other day Groysman told about what share of GDP is the national debt of Ukraine.