Serbia Starts IMF Loan Talks to Get Investors’ ConfidenceGordana Filipovic
Serbia started loan talks with the International Monetary Fund for the first time since a deal collapsed two years ago, with a pledge to curtail spending amid a deepening recession and plans for fresh market borrowing.
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