Fakhfakh Says Tunisia Sees $1.8 Billion IMF Loan

April 1 (Bloomberg) -- Tunisia Finance Minister Elyes Fakhfakh speaks about his view that Tunisia will sign a $1.8 billion loan accord with the International Monetary Fund by May and the country's political climate. He speaks with Andrew Barden at Bloomberg's Middle East headquarters in Dubai. (Source: Bloomberg)

South Korea's Central Bank Keeps Rate Unchanged
40:27 - South Korea’s central bank kept its policy interest rate unchanged for an eighth month as improvements in exports and inflation offset concerns over a political scandal that’s hurt domestic confidence. Bloomberg's Kathleen Hays reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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