IMF to come to Ukraine on Nov 3-15.

By bne IntelliNews October 20, 2010
The International Monetary Fund mission will come to Ukraine on Nov 3-15. The mission, which will check the execution of the stand by program, will be headed by Thanos Arvanitis. On Jul 28, the IMF board decided to provide USD 15.15bn loan to Ukraine during the forthcoming 2.5 years according to the new stand-by arrangement. The IMF also allocated to Ukraine the first tranche of USD 1.89bn on that date. The first revision of the program will be carried out in October-November. Depending on the results of the revision of the program Ukraine can receive second tranche of the loan.

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