Find the latest statistical data about Ukraine and its regions.

Ukraine’s ​unprecedented reforms agenda​ launched after the Revolution of Dignity in 2014 led to rapid ​macroeconomic stabilization​ and created a solid platform for sustainable growth.

After a sharp decline in 2014-2015 as a result of the annexation of Crimea and the invasion of the Donbas, Ukraine’s economy has been ​steadily growing for 4 years.

Since 2016, production and consumption have returned to positive territory.

Inflation has been steadily declining, coming in at 4.1% in 2019.

As a result of a well-managed tight monetary policy and a fortuitous global environment, the level of Ukraine’s state and state-guaranteed debt has decreased. Indeed, the drop in Ukraine’s debt-to-GDP ratio from over 80% in 2016 to 52% at the end of 2019 is almost unheard of in Europe. Moreover, the Government adopted a Medium-Term Strategy for the Management of Public Debt for 2018-2020, meaning the debt to GDP ratio should reach 49% by the end of 2020.

At the same time, Ukraine’s international reserves are the highest in five years – $25.3 billion as of the end of December 2019, an amount sufficient enough to cover 3.9 months of the country’s imports.