Ukrainian Hryvnia

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Ukrainian Hryvnia

The currency of the Ukraine. It was introduced in 1996, replacing the karbovanets following a period of hyperinflation in the latter. Since its introduction, it has been pegged to the U.S. dollar at various values.
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Nevertheless, in November 2012 IMF experts estimated that the hryvnya is
Both accuse the other of speculating on the depreciation of the hryvnya through a series of central bank operations in December.
The 1998 budget submitted to the Rada contained an expenditure request of almost two billion hryvnyas for "Industry and Energy," still approximately 6% of the expenditure budget.
The IMF is likely to renew demands for budget cuts, an increase in domestic energy prices, and a partial devaluation of the hryvnya.
Ukraine's currency, the hryvnya, has lost over 40% of its value and continues to face speculative pressure in international markets.
The Ukrainian central bank has informally pegged the hryvnya to the U.
The two winning authors are awarded a Ukrainian hryvnya equivalent of 1,000 for each book.
From the State budget we can pay up to 609 thousand hryvnya per one limb for the complex prosthetic care abroad, not available in Ukraine", he stressed.
Despite the political confrontations, there are no economic reasons for concern, including the hryvnya course.
Ukraine sustains a growing trend in the economy - thuswise, next year, the performance of works and services will exceed by hundreds of billions hryvnyas the showings of this year.
Although the Russian invasion of Georgia has prompted plans for the addition of 2 billion hryvnyas (approximately $375 million) in 2009 to upgrade existing and form new army units in the south and east, it remains to be seen if these plans will actually materialize.