Fresh stats outline dynamics of income growth in Ukraine over past three years Unemployment rate slid from 9.3% to 8.8%.
19:50, 23 August 2019
Ukraine's social minister to meet with IMF mission May 27 The mission continues to work in Ukraine.
11:40, 23 May 2019
Four mln Ukrainian households to receive cash subsidies – minister This is about UAH 1,500 [US$55] in subsidies per month on average.
23:50, 15 February 2019
Average wage in Ukraine grows by 25% in 2018 – social minister The automatic recalculation of pensions from March 1 will be based on two basic indicators: inflation and the average salary for the past year.
16:41, 15 January 2019
Real wage in Ukraine rises 13% in Jan-Oct The minister of social policy states that next year, the minimum wage will increase by 12.1% to UAH 4,173 starting January.
14:30, 24 December 2018
IMF mission says pension reform yields expected results - Ministry of Social Policy Minister Reva discussed with the IMF delegation the course of Ukraine's pension reform and approaches in the allocation of subsidies.
21:50, 12 September 2018
Minister Reva says another US$251 mln may be needed to pay household subsidies Next year, the size of subsidies will depend on gas prices.
14:52, 28 August 2018
Over 3.2 mln Ukrainians work abroad – social policy minister Up to 9 million Ukrainians take part in seasonal labor migration.
14:46, 04 July 2018
Minister: Some 40% of Ukraine's economy in shadow The official noted that practical conclusions need to be drawn from the fact.
12:40, 19 April 2018
Social policy minister vows higher pensions for military, law enforcers <p>Pension reform will see a 77% rise in the volume of pensions for military servicemen, taking into account the interests of war veterans, according to Ukraine’s Minister of Social Policy Andriy Reva, the government press service reports.</p>
10:00, 22 January 2018
Ukraine minister elaborates on "shadow" employment rate <p>Ukrainian's Social Policy Minister Andriy Reva says the rate of shadow employment in Ukraine in 2017 decreased by 8%, to 3.7 million people from an earlier figure of 4 million non-accounted workers.</p>
16:00, 28 December 2017
Ukraine's Pension Fund budget to grow by 25% in 2018 – social policy minister <p>Ukrainian Social Policy Minister Andriy Reva says that the budget of the Pension Fund of Ukraine (PFU) in 2018 will grow by 25%, to UAH 355 billion (US$13.2 billion).</p>
15:47, 24 November 2017
Ukrainian pension reform foresees quotas for older workers – social policy minister <p>Ukrainian Social Policy Minister Andriy Reva says that the pension reform will oblige employers to hire people older than 45 years within the set quota, according to the TV news service TSN.</p>
10:51, 13 October 2017
Gov't mulls minimum wage raise in Ukraine <p>After the adoption of the bill on pension reform, the Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers proposes to raise the minimum wage to UAH 3,764 (approximately US $145), Minister of Social Policy Andriy Reva said during a Government Q&A in the Verkhovna Rada on Friday.</p>
14:20, 08 September 2017
World Bank supports draft pension reform in Ukraine – social policy minister <p>Ukrainian's Social Policy Minister Andriy Reva says the World Bank fully supports the draft pension reform prepared by the Ukrainian government and offers support in its adoption.</p>
16:47, 01 June 2017
Ukraine, IMF agree on 99% of pension reform – social policy minister <p>Ukrainian's Social Policy Minister Andriy Reva says Ukraine has agreed 99% of its pension reform with the International Monetary Fund’s mission, which last week completed its work in the country.</p>
20:30, 20 April 2017
Ukraine's social minister discloses who gets highest pension <p>Ukrainian Social Policy Minister Andriy Reva says the maximum pension in Ukraine is set at UAH 58,000, or about US$2,165, and while retirement payments are capped on UAH 10,740, or about $400, the vast majority of 12 million Ukrainian retirees receive even smaller amounts, according to TV Channel 112 Ukraine.</p>
16:35, 20 April 2017
Ukraine convinces IMF: No need to raise retirement age to 63 – Reva <p>Ukrainian's Social Policy Minister Andriy Reva says that the government has managed to convince the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that there is no need to raise the retirement age for Ukrainians to 63 years, according to the TV news service TSN.</p>
13:36, 07 April 2017