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Ukraine’s GDP to rise by 4.6% in 2023 – Ukraine’s government 

According to the budget plan, the following indicators are expected:

  • Ukraine’s GDP will grow by 4.6% in real terms and by 37% in nominal terms;
  • Inflation will be about 30%;
  • The average salary will be $ 460;
  • The UAH exchange rate will fluctuate at the level of 42 UAH per 1 USD.

Nevertheless, Ukraine’s PM Denys Shmyhal, Ukraine’s economy may fall by 0.4% or grow by 10% the next year depending in the situation on the front.

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