IMF projects 2.5% GDP growth in Ukraine in 2017

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The International Monetary Fund (IMF), Ukraine's key lender, keeps its forecast of economic growth in Ukraine for 2017 at 2.5% amid 8.5% inflation year-on-year, according to the IMF's November 2016 Regional Economic Issues (REI) report.
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