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Chart 1. iMoRe dynamics

iMoRe 124
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iMoRe can take values from -5 to +5
with value above +2 considered an acceptable pace of reforms
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The Index for Monitoring Reforms (iMoRe) was +1,0 points for the period from 9th to 22nd of December out of possible range from -5,0 to +5,0. The index for the previous round was +0,7 points…read more in #124

іМоRе #124 (December 9 – 22, 2019). Demonopolization of the Spirits Industry and Communities Amalgamation Procedure

іМоRе #123 (November 25 – December 8, 2019). Medium-term Road Construction Planning and Competition Rules for Civil Servants

іМоRе #122 (November 11 – November 25, 2019). The Law On Protection Of Intellectual Property During Import And Unbundling

іМоRе #121 (October 28 – November 10, 2019). Authorized Economic Operator on Customs and Single Tax Account

іМоRе #120 (October 14 – 27, 2019). The Split law, laws on consumer of financial services rights protection and cash back

iMoRe #119. (September 30 –  October 13, 2019). Abolishment Of The Share Contribution, Establishment Of The Trust Institution

іМоRе #118 (September 16 – 29, 2019). Electronic transit system at customs offices

іМоRe #117 (September 2 – 15, 2019). Zero progress for now

iMoRe #116 (August 12 – September 1, 2019). New standards of emergency medical care and “money follows the teacher

iMoRe #115 (July 29 – August 11, 2019). Money transfers at post offices and “green tariffs” for households

iMoRe #114 (July 15 – 28, 2019). Double Declaration Removal at the Customs and New Demands to the Bad Assets Management

іМоРе #113 (June 24 – July 14, 2019). Safety of Imported Food

іМоRе #112 (June 10 – 23, 2019). Educational districts and hub schools

iMoRe #111 (May 27 – June 9, 2019) Summer, heat, zero. No reform has been implemented in Ukraine

iMoRe #110 (May 13 – 26, 2019). Justice has been restored. ‘Green’ auctions instead of ‘green’ tariffs

iMoRe #109 (April 22 – May 12, 2019). Silent periods on May holidays

iМоRе #108 (April 8 – 21, 2019). The Code of Bankruptcy Procedure increased the Index significantly

iMoRe #107 (March 25 – April 7, 2019). Tax and Customs services to be separated

iMoRe #106 (March 11 – March 24, 2019). A new tool for amending the double taxation agreement

iMoRe #105 (February 25 – March 10, 2019). A step back in the fight against corruption and a progress in medical reform

iMoRe #104 (February 11 – 24, 2019). New approaches to training civil servants

iMoRe #103 (January 28 – February 10, 2019). Monetization of subsidies

іМоРе #102 (January 14 – 27, 2019). The next step in ensuring banks stability

iMoRe #101 (December 24, 2018 – January 13, 2019). Medium-term budget planning and a new instrument for the banks capitalization

iMoRe #100 (December 10 – 23, 2018). Main changes in “budget package-2019”. Barriers on the real estate market and state support of agricultural producers

iMoRe #99 (November 26 – December 9, 2018). New approaches to corporate governance in banks 

iMoRe #98 (November 12 – 25, 2018). Compromise for used cars importers

iMoRe #97 (October 29 – November 11, 2018).The corporate governance reform of state-owned banks

iMoRe #96 (October 15 – 28, 2018). Insignificant changes in procedures for granting subsidies to the households

iMoRe #95 (October 1 – 14, 2018). Single window at customs and transparent energy sector

iMoRe #94 (September 17 – 30, 2018). Deregulation in the sugar market

iMoRe #93 (September 3 – 16, 2018). The NBU continues to build a risk management system in banks

iMoRe #92 (August 20 – September 2, 2018). Rights of collective land ownership

MoRe #91 (August 6 – 19, 2018). Ensuring the stability of banks. New requirements of the NBU

iMoRe #90 (July 23 – August 5, 2018). The pace of reforms is growing: investment climate improvements and the Appeal Chamber of the Anti-Corruption court

iMoRe #89 (July 9 – 22, 2018) New laws on the national security and copyright

iMoRe #88 (June 18 – July 8, 2018) The law on currency is rated excellent

iMoRe #87 (June 4 – 17, 2018) The Law on the High Anti-Corruption Court receives the highest score

iMoRe #86 (May 21 – June 3, 2018). Reforms reach zero: the Cabinet of Ministerswithdraws a number of services from under control of the ACMU 

iMoRe #85 (May 7 – 20, 2018). Close to zero again: the pause in reforms lengthens

iMoRe #84 (April 23 – May 6, 2018). Slow pace: a bit of reformist changes in deregulation and subsidizing households

iMoRe #83 (April 9  22, 2018). The speed of reforms in the country is close to zero

iMoRe #82 (March 26  April 8, 2018). Small steps: life is somewhat simplified for oil and gas explorers

iMoRe #81 (March 12  25, 2018). Sluggish pace: toll roads and corporate agreements were not enough

iMoRe #80 (Febriary 26  March 11, 2018) Spring on the street of Ukrainian reforms  iMoRe grows second round in a row

iMoRe #79 (Febriary 12  25, 2018). Joint-stock companies and LLCs are provided with more flexibility

iMoRe #78 (January 29 – Febriary 11, 2018). Audit reform keeps iMoRe in the green zone

iMoRe #77 (January 15 – 28, 2018). Slack start of the year

iMoRe #76 (December 25, 2017 – January 14, 2018). Clear the way for medical reform

iMoRe #75 (December 11 – 24, 2017). The last reform of the year: the NBU somewhat simplifies the life of investors

iMoRe #74 (November 27 – December 10, 2017). ‘Stop masks-show’ law supports dynamics in the index of reforms 

iMoRe #73 (November 13  26, 2017). The president’s desire for the concentration of power prevents the growth of the index of reforms

iMoRe #72 (October 30  November 12, 2017). The way of corporate reporting to Europe helps the index of reforms

IMoRe #71 (October 16 – 29, 2017). Reforms are on autumn vocations

IMoRe #70 (October 2 – 15, 2017). Pension reform failed to push the average rate of reforms in the country

IMoRe #69 (September 18  October 1, 2017). The Fundamental Law on Education could not significantly accelerate the index of reforms

IMoRe #68 (September 4  17, 2017). Reforms are on vacation

IMoRe #67 (August 14 – September 3, 2017) Civil service reform pushes the index

IMoRe #66 (July 31 – August 13, 2017). No vacation: the reform index is not slowing down

iMoRe #65 (July 16 – 30, 2017). Operation “Unfreezing”: New Regulations for Constuction Developers Push Reform Index

iMoRe #64 (July 3  16, 2017). Summer Is Getting Warmer, But The Reform Index Is Not

iMoRe #63 (June 19 – July 2, 2017). Summer is cold, only a few reforms. Autumn is coming

іMoRe #62 (June 5 – 18, 2017). Deregulation gains momentum and pushes the reform index

iMoRe #61 (May 22 – June 4, 2017). The Cold Start of the 2017 Summer: Reforms are on the Halt

iMoRe #60 (May 8 – 21, 2017). The fight against offshore companies raises the overall pace of reforms

iMoRe #59 (April 17 – May 7, 2017). Reforms penetrate the medical system: hospitals become more independent

iMoRe #58 (April 3 – 16, 2017). Groysman celebrates his one year anniversary with an index value of 0.6

iMoRe #57 (March 20 – April 2, 2017). A powerful surge of anti-reform causes iMoRe to fall almost to zero

iMoRe #56 (March 6 – 19, 2017). Spring! Reforms in bloom

iMoRe №55 (February 20 – March 5, 2017). The National Bank pushed the indexfor reforms to +1 point

iMoRe #54 (February 6 – 19, 2017). A light quickening of reforms after the long calm

iMoRe #53 (January 23 – February 5, 2017). “Almost zero” again. Who is responsible for the slow pace of reforms in Ukraine?

iMoRe #52 (January 9 – 22, 2017). Dangerous calm: for the first time in the history of the index, its value is zero. No reforms.

іМоРе #51 (December 19, 2016 – January 8, 2017). An ambiguous start to the year: anti-reforms prevented the manifestation of a decent result

іМоРе #50 (December, 5 – 18, 2016). Anniversary Issue, and no surprise: the index is +1

іМоРе #49 (November 21 – December 4, 2016). Improvements before the New Year: a simplified business environment

іМоРе #48 (November 7 – 20, 2016). Calm

iMoRe #47 (October 24, 2016 – November 6, 2016). Reforms in Ukraine are put on hold again

iMoRe #46 (October 10 – 23, 2016). Slow exit from summer break: reforms have accelerated slightly

iMoRe #45 (September 26 – October 9, 2016). The Sad Autumn: the Groysman Government can not Accelerate Reforms

iMoRe #44 (September 12 – 25, 2016). Dismal performance: the rate of reforms has dropped almost to zero

Release #43 (August 29 – September 11, 2016). The Velvet Season: the Fall has Come, Little Reforms

Release #42 (August 15 – 28, 2016). All at the seaside. Reform activity goes down to the bottom

Release #41 (August 1 – 14, 2016). Napoleon’s plans: Naftogas Reform and Interregional Custom Office Creation are Pushing the Index

Release #40 (July 18 – 31, 2016). Start of fighting against plagiarism

Release #39 (July 4 – 17, 2016). Judicial Reform Continued

Release #38 (June 20 – July 3, 2016). Green Light for Judicial Reform and Effective Management of State-Owned Enterprises

Release #37 (June 6 – 19, 2016). Reforms gained momentum – customs service reform, currency liberalization, deregulation of the pharmaceutical market

Release #36 (May 23 – June 5, 2016). Electronic procurement in defense sector, deregulation of foreign exchange transactions

Release #35 (May 9 – 22, 2016). May Mire, or Contradictory Reforms: odious law on the Prosecutor General’s Office and contested opening of air transportation marke

Release #34 (April 18 – May 8, 2016). Unification of gas prices and deregulation of pharmaceutical market failed to speed up overall reform progress

Release #33 (April 4  17, 2016). WTO government procurement market and reform of special permits for the use of mineral resources

Release #32 (March 21 – April 3, 2016). Sprouts of populism

Release #31 (March 7 – 20, 2016). Green light to privatization and electronic asset declarations

Release #30 (February 22 – March 6, 2016). Progress in the Fight against Corruption and an Anti-reform

Release #29 (February 8  21, 2016). Transparent public procurement

Release #28 (January 25  February 7, 2016). Political events overshadow reforms

Release #27 (January 11  24, 2016). Progress in the fight against Corruption

Release #26 (December 21, 2015 – January 10, 2016). Budget package

Release #25 (December 7 – 20, 2015). The long-awaited reforms acceleration

Release #24 (November 23 – December 6, 2015). Important Anti-Corruption Laws

Release #23 (November 9 – 22, 2015). Period of sluggish reforms still lingers

Release #22 (October 26 – November 8, 2015). Technical sectoral steps

Release #21 (October 12 – 25, 2015). Grand opening of government registers

Release #20 (September 28  October 11, 2015). Reforms slowing significantly

Release #19 (September 14 – 27, 2015). The law on public procurement

Release #18 (August 31 – September 13, 2015). One of the lowest Index values

Release #17 (August 17 – 30, 2015). Government external debt restructuring

Release #16 (August 3 – 16, 2015). Many small steps towards reducing corruption

Release #15 (July 20 – August 2, 2015). Noticeable acceleration of reforms

Release #14 (July 6 – 19, 2015). Strengthening independence of the National Bank

Release #13 (June 22 – July 5, 2015). Almost complete silence in reforms

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Release #12 (June 8 – 21, 2015). Reforms went on vacation

Release #11 (May 25 – June 7, 2015) . Weak reform progress second period in a row

Release #10 (May 11 – 24, 2015) . Important developments in banking sector regulation

Release #9 (April 20 – May 10, 2015) . Spring reform speedup

Release #8 (April 6 – 19, 2015). Moderate progress in governance, anti-corruption and deregulation

Release #7* (March 23 – April 5, 2015). Significant progress in deregulation and anti-corruption

Release #6* (March 9 – 22, 2015). Reforms do not keep pace

Release #5* (February 23 – March 8, 2015). Reforms accelerated significantly thanks to the IMF package

Release #4* (February 9 – 22, 2015)

Release #3* (January 26 – February 8, 2015)

Release #2* (January 12–25, 2015)

Release #1* (December 28, 2014 – January 11, 2015)

 *Old Index structure