Ukraine strengthens a long-term trend of disinflation - decline in core inflation, chief of the group of advisors to the head of the National Bank of Ukraine Valeriy Lytvytsky said during a press conference "Review of the current macroeconomic situation," ForUm correspondent reports.
According to the financial expert, in 2008, this figure in the country amounted to 22.3%, in 2009 - 12.3%, in 2010 - 9.1%, last year - 4.6% and it may be even less in 2012. "Thus, we notice a long-term slowdown in inflation. But the consolidation of this tendency requires special efforts," the banker stressed.
He added that the low inflation, when a yield of grain is less than last year, denies the surface evaluation of price stabilization linking it only to the export of grain. "In addition, the low inflation opens the prospect for dynamics of the base money supply by the Cabinet and the National Bank," Lytvytsky summed up.
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