KHUTORNA, Myroslava E.; BARTOSH, Olga M.
October 2015
Financial Space;2015, Issue 4, p94
Academic Journal
The main challenges for the effective inflation targeting implementation in Ukraine are studied in this paper. We define the range of essential actions that are to be realized immediately by the Ukrainian government and the central bank.


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