Last week’s bump in the hryvnia-dollar rate reignited fears of rapid
devaluation, sparking even faster reassurances by Ukrainian government
officials that everything was under control. Experts agree some level of
devaluation will occur before or after the Oct. 28 parliamentary
election, but also point to ways in which citizens and businesses can
safeguard their assets or even turn a profit amidst the turmoil.
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