Viktor Shulyk told about the increase of Ukraine's public debt

By the beginning of August, the national debt of Ukraine reached a new historical record — UAH 4.86 trillion, or USD 132.9 billion. In the Draft Law on the State Budget for 2024 the government plans to increase the state debt by almost 80%. In wartime, Ukraine is forced to increase borrowing to finance defense and social costs. The question is whether Ukrainians will be able to service such debts and what to do with debt in future. Viktor Shulyk, Program Management Office Director of the IBI-Rating Agency, told for the Minfin portal about the debt situation. Read the full text of the article by the link

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