IMF new lending rises slightly

IMF ANNUAL REPORT 2001 - Lending by the International Monetary Fund in its financial year 2001 to last April increased slightly, reflecting additional loans to Argentina and Turkey to assist their economic reform.

The IMF disbursed 9.5 billion special drawing rights, or 12.3 billion U.S. dollars, under regular policies and facilities, up from the previous year's 6.3 billion SDRs, or 7.97 billion dollars, the IMF said in its annual report on Wednesday. One SDR stood at 1.26579 dollars as of 30

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