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(ˈhrʌvnə) ,




(Currencies) the standard monetary unit of Ukraine, divided into 100 kopiykas
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value of the country's currency, the hryvna, dropped to a record
2 growth is partially due to Ukrainian Hryvna depreciation; Miratech estimates the effective business growth rate to be 20.
Kiev, Rabi'II 27, 1436, February 16, 2015, SPA -- Ukraine's national currency, the hryvna, plunged to new lows Monday, amid mounting uncertainty about the country's shaky finances, local media reported.
material devaluation of the hryvna (around 37% since year-end 2013)
Next week, Crimea will officially introduce the ruble as a second official currency along with Ukrainian hryvna, Sergei Aksyonov said.
The devaluation of hryvna, the outflow of deposit resources and lack of liquidity in this period significantly affected the investment capability of the banking system in Ukraine.
We highlight the fact that Luxoft's top line is denominated in hard currencies (USD, EUR) while its payrolls are denominated in the currencies of various emerging markets (the rouble, hryvna, etc.
5 billion hryvna (pounds 121 million) in damages to the state.
The National Bank of Ukraine let hryvna float in the end of 2008, what had a stabilizing effect on current account deficit but substantially decreased real wages (Table 3).
GDP in billion Ukrainian hryvna is calculated by the income approach.
Ese mismo ano fue aprobada la hryvna, la nueva moneda ucraniana.