Author Topic: Tymoshenko says financial crisis almost bypasses Ukraine  (Read 1017 times)

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Almost? What is the IMF doing here then? Popped in for a bowl of green borscht?

As of today, Ukraine does not suffer from any serious negative consequences of the world financial crisis.

According to an UNIAN correspondent, Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko claimed this at the session of the Cabinet of Ministers on Thursday.

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Maybe just to provide a credit line for Ukraine if needed and provide a reasonable amount of customer confidence in the banks to stop any further runs?  :-\

Maybe because Ms T has no idea about economics (macro or micro) and fiscal policy?  :-\

Maybe the stated amount of forgein currency reserves spoken about by the NBU are "statistaclly challenged"?  :-\

Or maybe, as you say, they are indeed here for the worlds best green borsch  :-\
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Well, she is definitely up to something. See Reuters today -

Tymoshenko on Thursday said the Fund was considering credit ranging from $3-14 billion, but added that any credit was contingent on postponement of an early election called by the president. The Fund denied it had made any such link