The Sources of Economic Growth in Ukraine after 1998 Currency Crisis and the Country's Prospects
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KeywordsUkraine; transition; economic growth; economic policies; fiscal policy; monetary policy; privatization; energy sector; payment arrears; investment; agriculture; financial system; governance; economic reforms; exchange rate; trade flows; growth projections;
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