In Ukraine in 2014-2015, GDP per capita fell by 50%.

В Украине в 2014-2015 годах ВВП на душу населения упал на 50% - эксперт

According to the forecast of the International monetary Fund (IMF), in the next 5 years GDP per capita will grow by 50%, but this will be possible if half to reduce the number of citizens in the country.

Comments about this ГолосUA, said an expert on economic and political issues Vsevolod Stepanyuk.

“For 2014-2015, the GDP in Ukraine fell by 50%. GDP growth 50% per capita by 2023 – this means access to pre-crisis levels. Such indicators can be easily achieved, reducing the population by 50%. The second option is to reduce by 40% and to maintain the current GDP growth rate of 3%. The census has long been not carried out. If now it be done, then GDP per capita will be 15% more than if you do this calculation for 42 million. In fact, in Ukraine today there are about 30 million citizens”,- said Victor Stepaniuc.

The expert noted that he sees no prospects for the Ukrainian economy without changing the political course of the country.

“At the moment our country has every prospect of becoming a colony. Today, we have a distinct colonial structure in foreign trade. In particular, we export raw materials and people”, concluded Victor Stepaniuc.

We will remind, the international monetary Fund forecasts growth of Ukrainian economy.

According to the IMF forecast, in the next 5 years, the GDP per capita in Ukraine will increase by 1.5 times.

According to the IMF, as of 2018, Ukraine’s GDP per capita is $2,82 thousand While in 2023 this figure could grow to $4,22 thousand

In General, the GDP per capita in developing countries is estimated at $5,49 million, the world average at $11,73 thousand, whereas developed countries – $48, 97mm thousand is Projected that by 2023 these figures will continue to grow. For example, GDP per capita in developing countries may rise to USD 7.43 million, the average for the world – up to $14,49 thousand, while in developed countries the gross domestic product will rise to $58,46 thousand


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