Ukraine to repay USD 1bn of its debts to IMF in September.

By bne IntelliNews August 6, 2012
Ukraine will repay USD 1bn of its debts to International Monetary Fund (IMF) in September, PM Mykola Azarov has announced. According to him, Ukraine recently has returned USD 1.5bn to the IMF. The IMF Mission will visit Ukraine in September for evaluation of the country's budgetary policy for 2013. The IMF is not ruling out the possibility of resuming provision of loans to Ukraine under its Stand-by Arrangement programme this summer, but lending is most likely to resume at the end of the year.

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