EconMin: Ukraine likely to attract USD 3.9bn from IFO.

By bne IntelliNews August 2, 2010
The Economy Ministry expecting that Ukraine will attract loans of international financial organizations of USD 3.9bn by the end of 2010, First Deputy Economy Minister Anatolii Maksiuta told a press conference. Maksiuta announced projects that are likely to be signed by the end of the year: loan for development policy (USD 500mn from the World Bank), loan for rehabilitation of financial sector (World Bank, USD 350mn), loans for infrastructure projects (World Bank and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development) and other loans.

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