IMF lists conditions for Ukraine to receive the next tranche
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is making the next tranche allocation to Ukraine contingent on adoption of a law on privatization, the creation of an anti-corruption court, and an increase in gas prices, Ukrainski Novyny reports citing the IMF representative in Ukraine, Goesta Ljungman.
“The conditions for the fourth revision of the program are the adoption of a law on privatization that will ensure the transparent sale of state assets, as well as a requirement on pension reform, which has already been adopted. We are now assessing how well it corresponds to the pension system. It also requires the creation of …read more