IMF staff present details of Afghan deal

Proposed deal does not mention controversy over suspensions of central bank officials

Da Afghanistan Bank

Teams from the International Monetary Fund and the government of Afghanistan have reached a “staff-level agreement” over a possible aid package.

The IMF staff published details of the potential deal on August 14, but the deal will need to be approved by the fund’s executive board. The extended credit facility package would be worth $364 million over three and a half years, in return for a series of economic reforms.

Approval of the package could be affected by a recent series of highly

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