Mozambique Turns to IMF for Emergency Loan as Currency FallsBy
IMF agrees to $286 million in loans to help bolster economy
Economy hit by rising debt costs, falling commodity prices
Mozambique has turned to the International Monetary Fund for $286 million in emergency aid to help cushion the economy after the currency lost almost a third of its value.
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