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Deposits in national currency increased by 36% in 2013

Posted by the Editor on January 10, 2014


News / 10 January 2014 | 14:20

Deposits in national currency increased by 36% in 2013

Deposits in national currency increased by 36% in 2013

People have clearly “voted” by their savings for the national currency, for the national economy: deposits of citizens in banks increased by 205% in 2010-2013 years, Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov started during the government’s session on January 9, 2013.
The Prime Minister noted that despite the opposition’s attempts to spatter the economic policy of our Government, facts speak for themselves: deposits of our citizens increased by 205% (more than in two times) or by more UAH 222 billion. Only for the last year, deposits of individuals in national currency rose almost by UAH 70 billion, or by 36%.
“Overall, our citizens are kept with banks UAH 434 billion – more than the annual revenue of the State Budget! What does it mean, if not an absolutely undeniable credibility to the government’s economic policy?” Mykola Azarov said.
At the same time he added that such trust the opposition had tried to swing every day: it continuously provokes panic about the stability of the national currency, it has called and calls to withdraw deposits.
The Prime Minister also noted that social benefits increased by almost in two times for less than four years. And this is in a state that fully felt the pressure of the global economic crisis and the economic recession in Europe, and trade problems with Russia. At the same time, our country had the burden of Europe’s largest gas prices, but it also withstood the price and tariffs for housing and communal services. 

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