Macro-economic calculations of the government were little changed
Despite the fact that the Ministry of economic development expects GDP growth of Ukraine in 2021, an updated macroeconomic forecast maintains a drop of 4.8% in 2020. This was stated by Prime-Minister Denis Shmyhal. The new macroeconomic forecast with such data taken by the Cabinet meeting today, July 29.
“The basic Outlook remains unchanged. This reduction in GDP by 4.8% in 2020… Ukraine is moving according to the scenario developed by the Ministry of economy”, – said Smigel.
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He said that for future growth of the economy the government needs to focus on these tasks:
- support for small and medium businesses;
- the development of the industry;
- support of the national producer;
- the increase in domestic investment;
- improving the business climate.
As reported in the updated macroeconomic forecast indicated that the growth of Ukraine’s GDP in 2021 will amount to 4.6 percent in 2022 and 2023 – 4.3% and 4.7% respectively.