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Elimination of damage from barbaric approach to Ukraine's economy will take at least 10 years

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The younger generation of politicians should change the system of government, the economic model and the current monetary policy. There are no soft options for such a shift, there are only more rigid and uncompromising ones. Although in reality reforms are not so difficult to carry out. The only question is how strong their political will is. Everything else is not so important. Structural reforms are easy and simple, but at least for 2-3 years it is necessary to show political will and, of course, abandon embezzlement, corruption schemes and the system of enrichment in power.
As analysts noted in the World Bank’s April review of the Europe and Central Asia economies, Ukraine will be able to restore economic growth to 4% in the medium term only in case of increasing the pace of reforms. Otherwise, if reforms does not conducted, growth may fall below 2%.
This report emphasizes: “The growth forecast for Ukraine’s economy largely depends on maintaining the momentum for reforms to support investment and mobilizing sufficient funding. In 2019, growth is projected at 2.7%, since investments are still limited by difficult external conditions, the uncertainty associated with the election, and, as a consequence, the high cost of external borrowing."
By the way, back in January of 2019, the World Bank predicted a slowdown in the growth of our country's economy, and, accordingly, it worsened the forecast for Ukraine’s GDP growth from 2.9% to 2.7% this year. At the same time, the growth of the Ukrainian economy in 2020 remained at the level of 3.4%, and in 2021 it was lowered to 3.7%.
In turn, analysts of the Morgan Stanley investment bank also suggested a decline in Ukraine’s GDP growth rate to 2.7% in 2019 and to 2.6% in 2020; they predicted the current account deficit in 2019 at 4% of GDP and 3.6% in 2020. They also expect that by the end of 2019, the hryvnia- dollar exchange rate will decline by 4 hryvnias - to 31 UAH / USD and up to 32.5 UAH / USD by the end of 2020.
Frankly speaking, I wondered how Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman, with such forecasts of leading Western analysts, could contradict the fact that if working productivity is lower than the level of social expenditures, then we nevitably go to ruin.
And the IMF loans with loans from the placement of government bonds will not help us, moreover, they will worsen the well-being of our children and grandchildren. Judge for yourself, on April 2 hryvnia government bonds were placed again at UAH 6.8 billion (245 million USD) and currency papers - at 122 million USD.
And already on April 4, the Prime Minister said: "Decentralization has transferred tens of billions of hryvnias to the localities, which communities can use at their discretion and improve the quality of life of people."
And where are the government programs to stimulate the development of small and medium-sized businesses, the growth of labor productivity and technical re-equipment[/img]

Fitch analysts noted that this rating takes into account the weak liquidity profile of Naftogaz, generally relatively low leverage, as well as the uncertainty associated with domestic gas prices and political risk.
Fitch Ratings agency mentioned that the state still guarantees a significant part of Naftogaz’s debt (30% of gross debt as of the end of 2018), and the financial indicators of the xompany are controlled by the main creditor of Ukraine, the International Monetary Fund.
On April 5, our Accounts Chamber also reported that the state of implementation of the income plan indicates the shortcomings of the planning, and while we are maintaining the current economic trends, there are additional risks of non-fulfillment of the state budget revenues of 2019 in the context of slowing economic growth, as Ukraine’s real GDP in January - February has grown only by 1.6%.
Most likely, the completion of the elections 2019 in Ukraine will be marked by the entry of American and Chinese corporations to our country. First of all, Western and Asian partners will turn to new legislators on the adoption of the draft law "On capital markets" to ensure the free circulation of capital and goods without corruption schemes.
They will provide us with technical assistance in creating an international investment hub in Kyiv with the Universal Exchange. Foreign investors will show our market participants ways and tools to solve problems.
It is also true that there will be no easy way out of this big crisis. We should not forget the historical examples, in particular the consequences of the Great Depression in the United States. In America, then, after a sharp drop in markets during the year, there was a rise in GDP and a rise in the stock market. After that, for as many as 10 years, the United States entered a deep recession. And Americans remember it well.
So, it is clear that we are in a very difficult economic situation. We urgently need to make a choice, here and now.
And, in my opinion, the choice is simple: either the economy will collapse after a few months (and it’s guaranteed, taking into account external factors and internal skills), or we will be able to resist.
And after the elections of 2019 from the next 2020 we would begin to crawl away from the edge of the financial abyss.
In a word, now the question of a fundamental political choice is - what should be done in order to hold on?!
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