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CONTENTS


Foreword 3

Conventional symbols used in the publication 4

Basic geopolitical and economic characteristics

Geopolitical characteristic 5

Religious organiztions.......................................................................................................8

Registered public associations, as of January 1, 1999 .................................................... 9

Total area and population, by region, as of January 1, 1999 10

Administrative units, by region, as of January 1, 1999 11

Basic social and economic indicators 12

Basic social and economic indices 14

Consolidated budget of Ukraine in 1998 15

Consolidated budget of Ukraine from 1995 to 1997 ...................................................... .16

Credits provided by Ukraine’s banks 16


1. National accounts

  1. GDP production and distribution 17

  2. GDP, volume dies....................................................................................................18 1.3 Output structure at market prices in 1997.................................................................18

1.4. GDP, by category of use 19

  1. GDP structure, by income category 20

  2. Aggregated national accounts 20

  3. National accounts, by sector in 1997........................................................................ 25

  4. Input-output balance at consumer prices in 1997..................................................... 33


2. Prices

2.1. Price indices 36

2.2. Selected consumer goods price indices 37

2.3. Average foodstuff prices (excluding city markets) 38

2.4. Selected paid service price indices 38

2.5. Consumer price indices, in 1998 39

  1. Retail price of a basket of the 22 most important food items (excluding city mar kets)........................................................................................................................ .40

2.7. Wages and CPI comparisons, in 1998 40

2.8. Producer price indices for manufacturing, by industry 41

2.9. Producer price indices for consumer goods industry 42

2.10. Selected consumer goods price indices 43

2.11. Price indices for agricultural products, by public sector enterprises 44

2.12. Construction and assembly work price indices, by industry 44


3. Manufacturing

3.1. Industrial output indices, by industry 45

3.2. Labor productivity indices for manufacturing 45

3.3. Industrial output indices, by region 46

3.4. Labor productivity indices in manufacturing, by region 47

3.5. Industrial output, by basic industry 48

3.6. Basic industrial output 49

3.7. Per capita basic industrial output 51

3.8.Selected fuels consumption 51

3.9. Fuel consumption, by region in 1998 52

Consumer goods output

3.10. Consumer goods output indices 53

3.11. Output of major food products 53

3.12. Consumer goods output, by region in 1998 54

3.13. Per capita output of major food products 55

3.14. Alcoholic beverages and tobacco products 55

3.15. Output of consumer goods, by type 56

3.16. Per capita output of consumer goods 57

3.17. Output of medicine 58

4. Agriculture

4.1. Agricultural production 59

4.2. Agricultural production, by region 60

4.3. Major agricultural products, by type of farm 61

4.4. Tractors and harvesting combines in agricultural enterprises 61

4.5. Area cultivated for agricultural crops 62

4.6. Area cultivated for crops, by type 63

4.7. Harvested area 64

4.8. Gross harvest of agricultural crops 65

4.9. Yields for agricultural crops 66

4.10. Horticulture and viticulture 66

4.11. Selected crop production, by region in 1998 67

4.12. Productive livestock 68

4.13. Meat production, by category 68

4.14. Animal product output 69

4.15. Livestock and poultry productivity 69

4.16. Meat production, by region 70

4.17. Milk production, by region 71

4.18. Eggs production, by region 72

4.19. Agricultural products sold to procurement organizations 73

4.20. Output of selected agricultural products, by private households 73

4.21. Private farms 74

4.22. Cultivated area of private farms and basic agricultural crops gross harvest and yields 74

4.23. Private farms, by region 75

4.24. Output of livestock and basic animal products, by private farm 78

^ 5. Investment and construction activity

5.1. Fixed capital investment, and construction and assembly work 77

5.2. Fixed capital investment structure, by type of ownership (in % to the total) 77

5.3. Fixed capital investment, and construction and assembly work, through the

government centralized financing sources 78

5.4. Fixed capital investment, for production and non-production enterprises 78

5.5. Selected production capacities put into service 79

5.6. Basic capital construction indicators in the agro-industrial complex 79

Residential, social and cultural construction

5.7. Fixed capital investment in residential construction 80

5.8. Residential construction, by type of ownership and total area constructed 80

5.9. Residential buildings constructed, by number and area per 1 000 persons 81

5.10. Apartments constructed, by number, average size and type of ownership 81

5.11. Social and cultural facilities put into service 82

5.12. Social and cultural facilities put into service, in rural area 82

^ 6. Transportation and communications

6.1. Volume indices for freight shipments, by type of carrier 83

6.2. Volume indices for passengers transported, by type of public transport 83

6.3. Freight shipped, by type of carrier 84

6.4. Freight traffic, by type of carrier 84

6.5. Freight shipped, by rail 84

6.6. Passengers transported, by type of public transport 85

6.7. Passenger traffic, by type of public transport 85

6.8. Length of the road network 86

6.9. Traffic accidents on roads and streets 86

6.10. Output of public communication enterprises 87

6.11. Availability of public telephones 87

^ 7. Consumer market for goods and services

7.1. Retail trade turnover 88

7.2. Per capita retail trade turnover, by region 89

7.3. Consumer goods sales indices 90

7.4. Sales of foodstuffs 91

7.5. Sales of alcoholic beverages and tobacco products 91

7.6. Sales of household goods 92

7.7. Household durables owned by the population 92

7.8. Consumption of foodstuffs 93

7.9. Paid services, by category 93

7.10. Per capita paid services, by category 94

7.11. Paid services, by region 95

7.12. Per capita paid services, by region 96

7.13. Consumer services, by category 97

7.14. Per capita consumer services, by category 98

7.15. Consumer services, by region 99

7.16. Per capita consumer services, by region 100

^ 8. Foreign trade

8.1. Foreign trade in goods, by country 101

8.2. Exports/imports of goods, by region in 1998 105

8.3. Foreign trade commodity structure in 1998 106

8.4. Exports/imports of goods for processing 107

8.5. Exports/imports of services in 1998 110

8.6. Foreign trade in services, by country in 1998 111

8.7. Direct foreign investment in Ukraine in 1998 113

8.8. Direct foreign investment in Ukraine, by country from 1995 to 1999 114

8.9. Direct foreign investment, by industry in 1998 115

8.10. Direct Ukrainian investment abroad in 1998 116

  1. Direct Ukrainian investment abroad, by industry in 1998 117

  2. Direct Ukrainian investment abroad, by country from 1995 to 1999..................... 118

  3. Direct foreign investment in Ukraine, by region in 1998...................................... 119

  4. Direct Ukrainian investment abroad, by region in 1998....................................... 120

  5. Ukraine’s balance of payments for 1998............................................................ 121

^ 9. Structural changes in the economy

9.1. Capital assets, by type of ownership 124

  1. Average annual number of workers and white-collar personnel

employed the omy, by type of ownership 124

  1. Average annual number of workers and white-collar personnel

in manufacturing, by type of ownership 125

9.4. Number of enterprises and industrial output, by type of ownership 125

9.5. Industrial enterprises, by type of ownership and industry, in 1998 126

9.6. Industrial enterprises, by type of ownership and region in 1998 127

9.7. Industrial output, by type of ownership and industry in 1998 128

9.8. Industrial output, by type of ownership and region in 1998 129

9.9. Construction organizations, by type of ownership 130

9.10. Contractual work, by type of ownership 130

9.11. Paid services, by type of ownership 131

9.12. Number of commodity, securities and related markets 132

9.13. Market transactions 132

9.14. Entities which changed their type of ownership, by region in 1998 133

  1. Entities which changed their type of ownership through privatization,

by region 134

9.16. Privatization of State housing stock, by region in 1998 135

10. Population

10.1. Total population 136

10.2. Permanent population, by sex and age, as of January 1, 1999 136

10.3. Permanent population, by age, as of January 1, 1998 137

10.4. Permanent population, by major age groups, by region 138

10.5. Cities and towns with over 100 000 inhabitants 139

10.6. Marriages and divorces 140

10.7. Births, deaths and natural population change 140

10.8. Vital statistics 140

10.9. Vital statistics, by region in 1998 141

10.10. Mortality, by major cause of death 142

10.11. Homicides and suicides 142

10.12. Life expectancy at birth 143

11. Employment

11.1. Employment, by type of economic activity 144

11.2. Dismissals, by industry in 1998 145

11.3. Labor demand and its distribution, by industry as of January 1, 1999 146

11.4. Placements of registered unemployed, by industry in 1998 147

11.5. Registered unemployed, by region 148

11.6. Registered unemployment rate, by region 149

11.7. Unemployment rate, by region 150

11.8. Enforced underemployment, by industry in 1998 151

11.9. Enforced underemployment, by manufacturing industry in 1998 152

  1. Work time lost and material losses due to strikes, by region and industr

in 1998 153

^ 12. Household income

12.1. Household income and expenditure 154

12.2. Household money income in 1998 154

12.3. Household money expenditures and savings in 1998 155

12.4. Worker and white-collar employee average monthly wages, by industry 155

12.5. Worker and white-collar employee average monthly wages, by region 157

12.6. Average monthly wages of industrial workers, by industry 158

12.7. Household money income and expenditures 159

12.8. Households, by per capita average money income in 1998 160

  1. Money expenditures for consumer goods and paid services,

by place of purchase 160

  1. Selected foodstuffs that could be purchased with average per

capita money income 161

12.11. Cash and non cash assistance to low-income persons in 1998 161

12.12. Subsidies to the population, by region in 1998 162

12.13. Money assistance to low-income disable persons 163

  1. Number of pensioners 163

  2. Deposits, by individuals in commercial banks of Ukraine in the national and foreign currency................................................................................................ 163


^ 13. Housing conditions of the population

  1. Housing stock .................................................................................................... 164

  2. Urban population registered as requiring improvement of their

    housing condions.................................................................................................165

  3. Provision of communal services, by type of settlement .......................................165

^ 14. Education and culture

14.1. Enrollment in educational institutions 166

  1. Persons receiving an education, at the beginning of 1998/99 academic year, by region.................................................................................................................... 167

14.3. Secondary educational institutions 168

14.4. Students graduating from secondary educational institutions 168

14.5. Shift usage in secondary educational institutions 168

  1. Students in second and third shift classes at secondary educational

institutions, by region.......................................................................................... .169

14.7. Professional training institutions 170

14.8. Competitive entrance to institutions of higher learning 170

14.9. Institutions of higher learning 171

14.10. Schools of music, dance and fine arts 171

14.11. Health camps for children, by region in 1998 172


^ 15. Science and innovations

15.1. Doctors of science 173

15.2. Scientific and technological activity, by region 173

15.3. Experts in scientific and technological activity 174

15.4. Scientific and technological activity, by type 174

15.5. Indicators of production, technical characteristics 175

15.6. Industrial enterprises innovation activity 176

15.7. Advanced highly efficient basic industrial output 176

^ 16. Medical services

16.1. Basic health care indicators 177

16.2. Resident facilities for the aged and disabled (adults and children) 177

16.3. Illnesses due to drug addiction 178

16.4. Incidence of malignant tumors 178

16.5. Active tuberculosis 179

  1. Venereal disease 179

  2. New HIV infections and number of persons registered as HIV positive.............................................................................................................. 180

^ 17. Criminal justice

17.1. Registered crimes, by selected category 181

17.2. Court decisions enforced, by selected crime category 182

17.3. Crimes related to narcotic and other harmful drugs 183

17.4. Composition of the convicted 183

17.5. Distribution of convicted, by major type of sentence 184

17.6. Proportion of young people (below 30 years of age), convicted of selected crime categories 184

17.7. Minors, convicted of selected crimes 185

17.8. Minors registered with the criminal police in juvenile delinquency case 185

18. Environmental protection

18.1. Environmental pollution due to accidents, by region 186

18.2. Stationary pollutant emission into the atmosphere, by region 187

18.3. Stationary pollutant emission into the atmosphere, by region in 1998 188

18.4. Stationary pollutant emission into the atmosphere, by type of activity in 1998 189

18.5. Stationary pollutant emission into the atmosphere, in selected towns 190

18.6. State control over environmental protection, by region in 1998 192

18.7. Output by forestry, by region 193

  1. Forest fires, by region in 1998 194

  2. Commissioned installations for the protection of water and air

resources from pollution.......................................................................................194

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