Expert: Second wave of crisis comes to Ukraine.

By bne IntelliNews November 3, 2011
Ukrainian economy has already started to enter the second wave of the world crisis, believes ex-Deputy FinMin Ihor Umansky. According to him, reduction of production of such a key economy sector as mining and smelting complex testifies to the fact that the second wave of the crisis came to Ukraine. According to the expert, there is no doubt that in the medium-term perspective Ukrainian economy will experience the impact of the crisis. Moreover, he is convinced that incumbent Ukrainian power will lack resources in order to keep relative economic stability in the state until the elections 2012.

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