Belarus agrees on IMF terms to launch monitoring

Belarus accepts the terms of the International Monetary Fund that require implementation of a monitoring program, the Belarus premier Vladimir Yermoshin told journalists on Feb 21, 2001.

To launch the monitoring program on Apr.1, Belarus will have to meet the Fund's three pre-requisites, he said. First, the country should review some of its budget parameters. Secondly, the government and the Central bank should not require commercial banks to open compulsory credit lines to farming and other

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