The international monetary Fund (IMF) has recognized Ukraine as the poorest country in Europe because of the lack of economic growth.
This commentary, ГолосUA said economist Alexander Okhrimenko.
“The IMF acknowledged Ukraine as the poorest country in Europe because of the lack of economic growth. It is connected with independence and that the country is often revolutions occur. They throw the economy back and most of the time we are experiencing a crisis rather than to deal with the development of economy”, – said Alexander Okhrimenko.
He said that Ukraine is the country with the lowest economic growth in Europe.
“In all my 27 years of Independence the economy of a maximum of 5 – 7 years. All the while, we are experiencing a crisis or are experiencing another Maidan. The economy cannot grow when the country is a mess” – summed up Alexander Okhrimenko.
We will remind, according to the International monetary Fund, Ukraine has become the poorest country in Europe.
This was reported by the economist, managing private equity Fund on the US stock market Vladimir Kompaniets on his page in Facebook
“A new report by the IMF on the GDP per capita of Moldova we walked, and we walked around Papua New Guinea. In a new report the IMF not only increased the GDP of Ukraine, but was revised, GDP, and other countries,” said Kompaniets.