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Kiev May  Get $15.4b 
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Kiev May Get $15.4b 

The International Monetary Fund’s rescue program for war-torn Ukraine reportedly assumes that Kiev will be able to secure $15.4b from talks with its international creditors. The assumption is necessary to ensure that Ukraine’s sovereign debt falls to 70% of GDP by 2020, a level the IMF will deem sustainable, Reuters reported.

 

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