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Ukrainians have purchased $25 billion in domestic government bonds since start of full-scale war

Ukrainians have purchased $25 billion in domestic government bonds since start of full-scale war

by Martin Fornusek

"Thanks to the funds raised from domestic government bonds, we were able to finance more than 200 days of our security and defense, which is equivalent to 15% of Ukraine's GDP (gross domestic product) in 2023. Investments in government bonds have become the second largest source of financing for the State Budget after international aid," Finance Minister Serhii Marchenko said.

Ukraine Business Roundup — February 20

Ukraine Business Roundup — February 20

by Liliane Bivings

The following is the Feb. 20, 2024 edition of our Ukraine Business Roundup weekly newsletter. To get the biggest news in business and tech from Ukraine directly in your inbox, subscribe here. Tokyo summit Japanese and Ukrainian representatives met in Tokyo on Feb. 19 to foster dialogue between both government

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