Ukrainian central bank warns over ‘lengthy delay’ to IMF aid

The National Bank of Ukraine
The National Bank of Ukraine
Oksana Parafeniuk

The National Bank of Ukraine told the country’s government it must work to agree the next tranche of bailout aid from the International Monetary Fund.

The NBU warned today (December 18) that any “lengthy delay” to the next tranche of IMF aid would be the “key risk” to Ukraine’s financial stability. “Without support from international institutions, a successful rollover of the more than $20 billion of sovereign and state-guaranteed debt maturing in 2018–20 is unlikely,” said the NBU. The warning

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