IMF tranche to Ukraine is positive signal to foreign investors - PM
Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman welcomes the decision of the International Monetary Fund to allocate the next tranche to Ukraine.
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"Fund’s tranche is not just an aid, which is necessary for the economy, it is also a signal to foreign investors that one can and should invest into the economy of Ukraine. We will have workspaces together with the investment," Groysman wrote on his Facebook page on Thursday night.
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He also noted that the stabilisation of the economic situation allows us to pose the question of raising social standards, "and we envisaged such decisions while forming the budget last week."