Hanke urges Bulgaria break from IMF

Professor Steve Hanke has strongly recommended that Bulgaria follow Moscow's example and end its relationship with the International Monetary Fund.

Bulgaria should quickly shed its dependence on all international organizations, including the International Monetary Fund, said Steve Hanke, a Professor of Applied Economics at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and advisor to former President Petar Stoyanov.

Talking to local Darik Radio Steve Hanke recommended that Bulgaria's government

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