Crystal clear that the crisis in Ukraine is " just beginning ", writes. According to information from the international monetary Fund (IMF), at the beginning of 2014 the country's GDP fell by 7%. This year, its decline has accelerated: for example, in the period from January to April economic indicators fell by 17, 6%. Further, the experts ' forecasts from the IMF and other analysts also disappointing.
How Ukrainians have to live in the current economic conditions, the correspondents showed , for example, on family Carevich. The head of the family Vladimir have to get up at approximately four in the morning to 7 to be on the market in Kiev, where he sells vegetables.
Vladimir is selling local goods, for this reason, the Prices remained at the level of the past year: a kilo of tomatoes is 27 UAH (1, 13 EUR), pounds of potatoes 17 hryvnias (0, seven euros). However, according to him, this is the exception to the rule: those who sell imported products, had to raise the Prices.
in the stalls of fruit kilogram of oranges now costs 30 UAH (1, 2 Euro) - 2 times more than the year before. The price for bananas has increased from 12 UAH (0, 5 euros) to 40 (1, 6 euros). Because of this, the family Carevich had to completely abandon them.
"The prices we have now fresh, European, ancient and wages, the Ukrainian ", - said Vladimir
However, bananas, emphasizes the German media, not the only thing you can do now together with Kraevymi obligation to refuse millions of Ukrainians. After the "revolution on the Maidan" the hryvnia has fallen, and now the imported products, as well as among them the necessities, clothes and electronics are much more expensive.
"When the story is about food, Ukrainians still have the opportunity to at least not fully compensate for inflation by switching to locally produced goods, But in many everyday aspects of this choice they have," writes the print edition. For example, the price of gasoline has increased in 2 times (from 20 to 40 UAH), as well As the Prices for journey in public transport.
Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk Rana said that the country's economic problems associated with the loss of the territories in the Donbas, as well as with increased costs over one million immigrants from Eastern Ukraine. For this reason, now the state saves "in the other spheres of society," wrote S