Ukraine’s GDP Grows 14 Quarters in a Row
In the first quarter of 2019, Ukraine's real GDP grew by 2.2 percent
Ukraine’s economy has been growing for 14 quarters in a row.
“From 2016 to 2018, real GDP grew by 8.4 percent. And this positive trend goes on. In the first quarter, 2019: + 2.2 percent,” the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade wrote on its Facebook page.
Government efforts and general economic development are improving Ukrainian living standards, the ministry said.
Earlier, the National Bank projected Ukraine’s GDP in 2019 would grow by 2.5 percent. The IMF and the World Bank projected the growth by 2.7 percent.