IMF approves US$10.2m for Central African Republic

The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund said on Monday 30 January that it has approved a credit of SDR 6.962 million (about US$10.2 million) in Emergency Post-Conflict Assistance for the Central African Republic.

The IMF said the assistance was to continue the efforts begun under the first Emergency Post-Conflict Assistance-supported program to stabilize the macroeconomic situation, support the ongoing reform process, and catalyze external assistance.

Following the Executive Boar

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