By Ryan Olson
International Monetary Fund (IMF) officials beat the U.S. to the punch this week, arriving to discuss economic aid to Ukraine one day earlier than U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry. While Kerry promised $1 billion in loan guarantees from the U.S., the IMF is working on a $15 billion loan request from the Ukrainian government to help repair a leaky economy.
The Ukrainian economy is certainly in dire straits. The currency, the hryvnia, has fallen nearly 16 percent since New Year’s, raising the fear of inflation. Prices of Ukrainian bonds have also risen on fears of a Devamını oku…
Kaynak: Heritage Foundation