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.
Ukraine's currency, the hryvnya, was also hit hard by the crisis, dropping from just over 5 to the US dollar at the end of 2007 to just over 8 hryvnya to the dollar in late 2012.
Ukraine's currency, the hryvnya, dropped from 5.05 to the US dollar
The winning author in each category will be awarded a Ukrainian hryvnya equivalent of 1,000.
Ukraine's currency, the hryvnya, has lost over 40% of its value and continues to face speculative pressure in international markets.
Volodymyr Groysman stressed that local budgets had received additional millions and billions hryvnyas due to the ongoing financial decentralization.
He also explained, the offered improvements introduce real mechanisms to complete investigation of criminal cases, to save and return to the state budget hundreds of millions of hryvnyas stolen by corrupt officials.
This will afford to raise up to 5 billion hryvnyas of loans with considerable interest compensation", stressed the Prime Minister.
Moreover, Arseniy Yatsenyuk claimed the National Bank of Ukraine would transfer to the State Budget by nearly 5 billion hryvnyas less than was planned in the previous version of the law.