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IMF chief unveils 4-year US$40b aid programme for Ukraine

Friday, February 13, 2015 - 05:50

Ms Lagarde said Kiev has agreed to reforms including energy tariff increases, bank restructuring and reform of state-owned enterprises.


UKRAINE is set to receive about US$40 billion in funding over the next four years, nearly half of which will come from the International Monetary Fund, its chief Christine Lagarde said in Brussels.

The ex-Soviet republic is on the brink of bankruptcy after a year of

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