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Fat in Kyiv is three times more expensive than in Ternopil region

The price of bacon during the first decade of September in Ukraine grew by 6.9% to an average of 54,91 UAH per kg, reported the State statistics service on Wednesday.

According to the state statistics service, more than all the national product today is the Kiev – 104,13 UAH per kg, followed by Kyiv region – UAH of 63.73.

At the same time, in the Ternopil region, according to the state statistics service, the fat can be buy for only 32,01 UAH per week the price there remained unchanged.

As for other meat products, the prices of which also rose in recent months, pork for the first week of September rose by 2.8% to an average 103,95 UAH per kilo, chicken carcasses by 2% to 55,01 UAH, and beef – by 1.4%, to UAH 109,81.

None of these products are not of such significant price differences between regions, as the fat, – the maximum difference is 8-31%.

According gosstata, the fat in the country has risen by 49.6%, pork – on 45,3%, chicken – by 35 .8% and beef – by 33.2%.

As reported, Prime Minister Vladimir Groisman 8 Sep said about the expected imminent decline in prices for meat products.

“Emphasize that our task in 2018 to start to build in-country capacity of animal husbandry, livestock, poultry. Today we are really serious exporter. Our objective is to achieve, and I think that literally in the next few weeks, will achieve reduction in the price of meat products in the country”, – said the Prime Minister during “question hour to the government” in the Verkhovna Rada.

According to the state statistics service, consumer prices in Ukraine in August decreased by 0.1%, but in annual terms (compared to the same period last year) inflation accelerated to 16.2% and from the beginning of the year amounted to 8.1%.

The government in late may downgraded the inflation forecast for 2017, from 8% to 11.2%.

Consumer price growth in Ukraine in 2016 slowed to 12.4% from 43.3% in 2015 and 24.9% in 2014, matching the forecasts of the national Bank and the government.

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