The Financial Times headlines:
Thursday, June 14, 2018

The Financial Times headlines:

The Financial Times headlines: IMF programme compliance hurdle identified in Ukraine’s new court lawUkrainian activists have uncovered what they describe as a major shortcoming in an anti-corruption court law adopted last week.” Timothy Ash writes from London: “[Euromaidan activist and Rada Member] Leshchenko et al coming out now against ACC as passed – implying they were misled. What a [screw up], but afraid all too predictable…This needs sorting ASAP or zero chance of IMF cash.”

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