Dragon Capital writes
Thursday, May 30, 2019

Dragon Capital writes

Dragon Capital writes: “Ukraine’s current IMF program, a $3.9 billion Standby, is likely to go off track…the next disbursement would arrive under a new program, to be negotiated in September-October. While the government faces no urgent budget financing needs, its large external debt repayments set for the rest of this year and 2020-2021 keep Ukraine dependent on sizable inflows from foreign creditors and the IMF program.”

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