Slovenia Will Contribute $1.15 Billion to IMF, Finance Reports

Slovenia will contribute 910 million euros ($1.15 billion) to the International Monetary Fund after G-20 leaders agreed to boost the resources of the Washington- based lender, Finance newspaper reported citing the Finance Ministry in the capital Ljubljana.

The credit line via the Slovenian central bank will bring the total pledged by the country to the the IMF to 1.19 billion euros, the Ljubljana-based newspaper said.

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