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Adoption of the law on restructuring of foreign currency loans would harm the country’s economy

Adoption of the law on restructuring of foreign currency loans would harm the country’s economy

The law on restructuring of loans in foreign currency that has been adopted by Verkhovna Rada is a populist move which will result in destruction of country’s economy. This statement was made by representatives of the banking community during press briefing in Ukraine Crisis media Center. On July 2 Verkhovna Rada adopted the law which […]

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Ukraine must restructure $23 billion debt

Ukraine must restructure $23 billion debt

Prime Minister Yatseniuk says that the main task of Ukraine is to restructure $23 billion debt. One of key tasks of Ukrainian government is to hold negotiations concerning restructuring of part of external debt in the amount of $23 billion which is budget of the budget and economy in general. ‘The main thing to be […]

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Support of International Monetary Fund for Ukraine

Support of International Monetary Fund for Ukraine

Reforms in Ukraine and support from International Monetary Fund Help of International Monetary Fund for Ukraine demonstrates desire of the international community to aid Ukraine as well as their belief in reformatory potential of Ukrainian authorities. According to IMF chief Christine Lagarde, the funds allocated for Ukraine follow such aims as support of immediate economic […]

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