Central bank keeps Ukraine inflation, GDP forecasts unchanged

The National Bank of Ukraine says it keeps its forecasts for Ukraine`s inflation and GDP for 2016 unchanged: GDP growth is expected at 1.1% amid 12% inflation.
The NBU also says it will keep its projections for 2017 unchanged: GDP is expected to grow by 3% and inflation will be 8% next year.
As UNIAN reported, inflation in Ukraine in March 2016 was 1% compared to the previous month, after Ukraine saw 0.4% deflation in February 2016 against January 2016.
Inflation in 2015 sped up 43.4% from 2014, which was the highest indicator in the past 20 years. In 2014, Ukraine recorded 24.9% inflation.

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