The IMF backs Ukraine’s revised revised plans for an anti-corruption court
Thursday, July 26, 2018

The IMF backs Ukraine’s revised revised plans for an anti-corruption court

The IMF backs Ukraine’s revised revised plans for an anti-corruption court, removing a major obstacle for unlocking $2 billion of aid, Reuters reports from London, citing an interview with an unnamed Fund spokeswoman. Two obstacles remain: raising household gas prices to market levels and cutting the budget deficit.

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