15 November 1996 UKRAINE’S TREASURY BILLS (T-bills) – issued for three months to one year – were first introduced in March 1995, providing a noninflationary means of financing the budget deficit. Continued macroeconomic stabilization and strengthening of the financial system are now tied to the development of the T-bill market. Yet high returns (the average […]

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