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The German Economic Team

Economic policy advice on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action

The German Economic Team advises the governments of Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus*, Kosovo, Armenia, Georgia and Uzbekistan on all aspects of economic transformation on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action.

We work on a broad range of topics. In addition to our work in the project countries, our traditional mandate, we also support German and European institutions from politics, administration, business and associations with analyses on our project countries.

*Economic advisory in Belarus is currently suspended.

GET Project Countries

Belarus Ukraine Georgia Uzbekistan Armenia Moldova Kosovo



    • 23.02.2024

    GET presents Economic Monitors for Ukraine and Moldova at BMWK

    The German Economic Team has presented the latest Economic Monitor for Ukraine and Moldova at the 23rd information event on 15 February at the Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Action (BMWK).

    • 20.02.2024

    The German Economic Team at Café Kyiv

    On 19 February 2024, Café Kyiv, organised by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, took place in Berlin. As part of the event, the German Economic Team organised a panel that addressed key issues relating to Ukraine’s economic reconstruction. The pane was moderated by Robert Kirchner.

    • 15.02.2024

    Meeting with the Kosovor Deputy Prime Minister

    GET advises the Kosovar government on Green Card issues. On this topic, the GErman Economic Team met with the Deputy Prime Minister.



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Economic Monitors

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  • Economic Monitor Ukraine

    WA 19 | February 2023

    After a sharp decline in GDP in 2022, the economy experiences moderate growth of 5.2% in 2023 and 4% in 2024, mainly driven by rising consumption. Despite a current account deficit and growing trade deficits, foreign exchange reserves improve (2023: USD 40.5bn) and inflation falls to 5.1%. Nevertheless, massive budget deficits and rising public debt remain, making debt restructuring necessary, as well as a dependence on foreign financing. The new Black Sea corridor offers opportunities for exports, while regional disparities and labour market challenges due to migration require special attention.

Policy Publications

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