Skeptics Rife as Ukraine Moves $17.5 Billion Aid Goalposts

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  • Resumption of IMF bailout loan has been repeatedly delayed
  • Survey predicts state-asset sales will also miss target

A week after his appointment, Ukraine’s new finance minister targeted May for a resumption of inflows from the nation’s $17.5 billion bailout. The date has been pushed back repeatedly. Now it’s August, and economists say that could yet prove optimistic.

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