Ukraine: A Split Transformation
S. Agibalov and
Problems of Economic Transition, 2009, vol. 52, issue 7, 5-27
The Ukrainian economy (prior to the current crisis) achieved a limited recovery, but its prospects continue to be jeopardized by the split between the industrial east, the agrarian west, and the Kyiv region, by failure to modernize the crucial metallurgical sector, and by chronic political crisis.
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