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IMF, International Community Step Up Aid for Ukrainei
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Mil Arcega
March 28, 2014 12:05 AM
Around the world, support for Ukraine’s battered economy is gaining ground. On Thursday, the International Monetary Fund agreed to a two-year bailout worth up to $18 billion, with additional loan guarantees from member countries worth another $9 billion. And, in the U.S., both houses of Congress displayed a rare moment of unity - reprimanding Russia for its aggressive takeover of Crimea and approving additional financial aid for the former Soviet Republic. Mil Arcega has more.

IMF, International Community Step Up Aid for Ukraine

Published March 27, 2014

Around the world, support for Ukraine’s battered economy is gaining ground. On Thursday, the International Monetary Fund agreed to a two-year bailout worth up to $18 billion, with additional loan guarantees from member countries worth another $9 billion. And, in the U.S., both houses of Congress displayed a rare moment of unity - reprimanding Russia for its aggressive takeover of Crimea and approving additional financial aid for the former Soviet Republic. Mil Arcega has more.


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