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The American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine welcomes the adoption of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) Board Decision #76-D dated January 30, 2020 aimed at reducing the key policy rate to 11% per annum. In light of more rapid improvement of Ukraine’s macroeconomic conditions, the NBU expects to cut the key policy rate to 7% by the end of 2020. This will lead to further reduction in interest rates on loans for businesses and households, thus stimulating business activity

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The American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine welcomes the adoption of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) Board Decision #925-D dated December 12, 2019 aimed at declining the key policy rate to 13.5% per annum. The NBU will continue the cycle of monetary policy easing, provided inflation is steadily declining to the target of 5%

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The American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine welcomes steps of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) aimed at currency market liberalization and foreign currency control relaxation, namely recent adoption of NBU Resolution #125 "On Approval of Amendments to the Regulation on Safeguards and Procedures for Certain FX Transactions", dated October 29, 2019. By adopting this Resolution, the NBU cancels a daily limit of UAH 150 thousands set on purchase of foreign currency and precious metals through the cash desk of a bank, a financial institution or via online banking systems

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The American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine welcomes the adoption of National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) Board Decision #797 - D dated October 24, 2019 aimed at declining the key policy rate to 15.5% per annum. The NBU will continue the cycle of monetary policy easing, provided inflation is steadily declining to the target of 5%

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The American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine welcomes steps of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) aimed at currency market liberalization and foreign currency control relaxation, namely recent adoption of NBU Resolution #113 amending regulation on certain FX transactions, dated September 9, 2019. By adopting this Resolution, the NBU cancelled a monthly limit of EUR 5 million set on the repatriation of funds received from selling securities and equity rights as well as the funds received from a reduction of authorized capital of a legal entity or a foreign investor’s exit from an economic partnership

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The American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine welcomes the adoption of National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) Board Decision #645-D dated September 5, 2019 aimed at decreasing the key policy rate to 16.5% per annum. The NBU will continue the cycle of monetary policy easing, provided inflation is steadily declining to the target of 5%. The pace of further decrease of the key policy rate to its neutral level of 8% will depend on both internal and external risks

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The American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine welcomes the adoption of Resolution of the Board of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) #104 dated August 6, 2019 amending the regulation of foreign currency transactions that comes into force on August 8, 2019. Resolution #104 allows businesses to use credit funds to buy foreign currency without limitations. This will help businesses to manage their liquidity more efficiently and buy necessary amounts of currency to fulfill their obligations at a convenient time

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The American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine welcomes the adoption of National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) Board Decision #493-рш dated July 18, 2019 aimed at declining the key policy rate to 17% per annum.

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The American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine welcomes steps of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) aimed at currency market liberalization and foreign currency control relaxation, namely recent adoption of NBU Resolution #91 "On Amendments to Some Regulatory Documents of the National Bank of Ukraine, dated July 9, 2019

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