Economic analysts said Ukraine can anticipate a tranche of about $2.7 billion from the IMF in early 2015, and a top fund official indicated that the organisation could send a new mission to Ukraine in the coming year. Experts said, that the fact that Ukraine will not receive the money before the end of the year is not critical, the Southeast European Times writes.
“In the coming months, Ukraine has no serious external debt repayments,” Vasyl Yurchyshyn, Director of Economic programmes at the Razumkov Centre, told. “Sure, the country must pay for gas, but it is not so critical. The fact …read more
Source: Razumkov Centre