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The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) expects the government to place eurobonds for a total of $2 billion in 2018, according to the July inflation report posted on the central bank’s website.

“Taking into account the government’s placing government domestic loan bonds worth $2 billion, the inflow of capital on the financial account in 2018 will increase to $7.1 billion,” the document says.

In 2019 the NBU expects a reduction in capital inflows on the financial account to $4.1 billion due to peak payments on public sector debt.

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