IMF to consider assigning USD 1 bn loan for Ukraine
The Fund’s Board to discuss the issue on September 14
The International Monetary Fund will consider the possibility to loan Ukraine 1 billion U.S. dollars. The issue is included in the today’s agenda of the Fund.
Initially, the government expected to get 1.7 billion; however, the IMF revised the sum and cut it down to 1 billion rough.
On September 13, Petro Poroshenko came to Dnipropetrovsk region with the working visit; the Head of the state expressed hope that the country would get the IMF loan on September 14.
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