IMF will think about giving Ukraine a little bit money
On December 16 the International Monetary Fund will consider the possibility of providing Ukraine with a new credit.
Our country plans to receive a little more than 14 billion dollars of credit; however, the experts believe that the maximum which could be expected is 5 billion. It is possible that Ukraine will receive nothing.
In 2010 the IMF stopped providing credits to Ukraine, because the country did not increase the tariffs on gas for the population and did not set a more flexible currency rate.
However, the Minister of Taxation of Ukraine Alexandr Klymenko has stated that "the positions of tariff, budget, and monetary policy have become significantly closer," and the IMF will provide Ukraine with credit.