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The $5.8 Billion Boost That Saved Ukraine From Collapse: Chart

Ukraine’s international reserves grew by $5.8 billion in 2015 as the International Monetary Fund disbursed aid to rescue the country from financial collapse.

The cash pile surged 77 percent in the period to $13.30 billion, the first annual increase since 2010, giving Ukraine some breathing room to revive an economy battered by an insurgency that started in 2014 with Russia’s annexation of Crimea. For more details, click here.

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