If the business is to regard martial law as a sign of real risk, respectively, investment activity may decline, it may reduce economic growth in General and, consequently, reduce revenues, but so far there are no preconditions to ensure that this had a serious impact on tax revenues in General.
Comments about this correspondent of ГолосUA said the President of the Center crisis research Jaroslav Zhalilo.
“In posledovatelna format this may be due to the fact that there may be problems associated with the deterioration of the economic dynamics, that is, with the deterioration of expectations. Accordingly, if the reduced business activity, worsen the investment climate, it may slow down economic momentum,” the economist said.
According to J. Zhalilo, in particular, is now one of the engines of economic growth is fairly active investment.
“If the business will be regarded the military situation as a sign of a real risk, then, accordingly, investment activity may decline, it may reduce economic growth and thus reduce revenues. But for now, I would not have predicted that this could have some serious impact on the occupancy of the budget”, – he said.
We will remind, Vice-the Prime Minister-Minister of social policy Pavlo Rozenko said that the introduction in Ukraine of martial law will not affect the payment of pensions, salaries and social payments