Georgian head sees stable lari, IMF loans

Georgia's lari currency should be stable next year, enabling the country to meet conditions to unlock loans from its largest creditor, the International Monetary Fund, the central bank governor said in an interview with Reuters.

Irakly Managadze said on Tuesday that he expected positive trends in financial markets to be maintained and he doubted a new visa regime with neighbouring Russia would do serious damage to the economy.

"The lari rate will be stable next year at about two lari to the US

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