The key creditor of Ukraine - The International Monetary Fund predicts economic growth of Ukraine in 2017 at 2.5%, with inflation of 11%.
It is said in the traditional economic review of the Fund's World Economic Outlook, published on the website of the organization.
As noted, inflation is an average for the year to the end of 2017 it could be lower - about 8.5%.
unemployment rate will be, according to IMF estimates, about 8.7%.
" Ukraine's economy will return to growth already in 2016 after a significant fall in 2014-2015. And, as expected, will increase growth by improving the business environment and enhance economic reforms " , - stated in the review of the IMF.
IMF experts say that by 2021 the average annual economic growth in Ukraine will be about 4% with inflation of 5%.
Earlier, the IMF forecast economic growth has kept Ukraine in 2016 at 1.5%, but improved the inflation forecast to 13% from 15.1%.
Recall, the IMF approved a lending program of Ukraine's economy period of 4 years and the amount of 17.5 billion dollars. in March 2015. Under the program, Ukraine has already received three tranches totaling about 7.62 billion dollars.
And the third tranche of the loan Ukraine received after more than a year hiatus caused by the change of government and agreed further economic and anti-corruption policy.
According to the estimates of the Fund, Ukraine by the end of this year and may get the 4th tranche loan of about 1.3 billion dollars. In the event that a decision will be taken by the IMF after the third revision of the program. It can take place in November this year.
The main terms of the money, among other things, - the development of land legislation, harmonization budget for 2017, the abolition spetsrezhymu tax farmers, development of legislation on pension reform, continuing reform of the banking sector in terms of cleaning the banking system and capital increase the largest banks.
In 2017, Ukraine expects to receive from the Fund 4 tranches of credit totaling 5.4 billion dollars.