It's been three years since the conflict in eastern Ukraine pushed the country close to economic collapse. The currency lost 70 percent of its value against the dollar, inflation spiked at more than 60 per cent and the budget deficit ballooned. Thanks to a major debt restructuring deal and an IMF bailout, things are now looking up for Ukraine's economy. Stephen Carroll talks to Oleksandr Danylyuk, the Ukrainian finance minister.
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