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JCR. 2020; 7(11): 1297-1301


Igor Sazonets, Lesia Melnyk, Ruslan Pushko, Tetiana Gavrilko, Oksana Krochak, Tetiana Mishustina, Valentyna Shevchenko.

The features of monetary policy implementation in Ukraine was analyzed in this work. There was shown the dependence of the Ukrainian currency market on migrant workers' remittances. The dollarization of the Ukrainian economics has a negative influence with it. However, a balanced approach is required to solve this problem.
According to the authors' point of view, an important task of monetary policy in Ukraine is attracting free cash of individuals and enterprises in foreign currency into the banking system and into the real sector of the economy. The increasing process in international foreign reserves will enhance the stability of the national currency.

Key words: monetary policy implementation, Ukrainian economics

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